Fernando Tatis Jr. San Diego Padres

Age: 20 (January 2, 1999) | 6' 3" | 185lbs. | Bats: Right SS-83 PH-2
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SD A 2017 117 431 78 121 75 124 26 7 21 69 29 15 .281 .390 .520 14 24 .342 n/a
SD AA 2017 14 55 6 14 2 17 1 0 1 6 3 0 .255 .281 .327 4 30 .351 n/a
SD AAA 2018 88 353 77 101 33 109 22 4 16 43 16 5 .286 .355 .507 8 28 .370 n/a
SD AA 2019 2 5 2 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .400 .625 .400 38 13 .500 n/a
R NL 2019 12 42 7 9 4 16 2 0 3 6 1 1 .214 .312 .476 8 33 .261 32/16/52 1 1
SD NL 2019 12 42 7 9 4 16 2 0 3 6 1 1 .214 .312 .476 8 33 .261 32/16/52 1 1
SD NL 2019 84 334 61 106 30 110 13 6 22 53 16 6 .317 .379 .590 8 30 .410 47/22/31 27 24
Career 1yr 108 418 75 124 38 142 17 6 28 65 18 8 .297 .365 .567 8 30 .382 n/a
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I'm working on Big Prices for the Guide. Today I have Fernando Tatis Jr. with a price of $3. What do you think?
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 17 '18

In today's mail... the new Bill James Handbook, bigger and better than ever.

Probably the biggest thing making it bigger: five-year stats for the top 25 prospects in baseball, as well as for the top 100 prospects at the beginning of the season who made their MLB debuts.

Thus four lines of stats for Tatis, starting in two Rookie leagues in 2016 (we missed those here). 

Three lines of minor league stats (two teams each year), in addition to his NL stats, for Juan Soto.

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 12 '18
  • Fernando Tatis Jr, SS, Padres. A strong night for the No. 2 prospect in baseball was cut short when he exited Thursday night's game with a thumb injury two innings after sliding into second base on a steal attempt. Tatis Jr. homered in the first inning -- his 16th of the year. The Padres expect to know more about Tatis' status Friday, per the San Diego Tribune.
Alex Patton Alex
Jul 20 '18

Tatis was one of the few who played the whole game.  He started at SS and moved to 3B.  He looked solid at SS.  He played very deep, 2-3 steps onto the OF grass for RH batters.  I guess he has the arm to make the throw from there.  Tatis doesn't wrap the bat like his father, but he holds his hands pretty high.  He has a very athletic body.  He turned a double play or two and looked smooth in the field.

He wasn't one of the stars of the game on the offensive side.  I don't have my scorecard with me, but will review tonight.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jul 16 '18

Th big gainer in Baseball America's Midseason 100 Prospects Update.

No. 4 (Last: 8)

Notes:

Hit: 60 | Power: 60 | Speed: 50 | Fielding: 55 | Arm: 60
Scouting Report: Early in 2017, Tatis would come to the plate without a plan and get caught swinging over breaking balls on the outer half, but he quickly adjusted and became a precocious mix of power and patience. He tracks pitches well and consistently drives hittable offerings with excellent extension and leverage through his swing. Balls jump off his bat from gap to gap, and he shows plus power with towering pull-side home runs. Tatis cut his strikeout rate each successive month at Fort Wayne, and at the time he was promoted, he led the Midwest League in walks. He enhances his offensive game with his basestealing ability. He is an average runner whose speed plays up on the bases with his instincts, reads and jumps. At shortstop, Tatis frequently makes highlight-reel plays and shows off a plus, accurate arm, but on a play-to-play basis, evaluators see fringy range and many project a move to third base if he grows bigger. Tatis will stay at shortstop for now and has the actions to stick there if he maintains his body. In addition to his physical talents, Tatis is a natural leader. He is nearly bilingual and an effective communicator with impressive self-awareness for his age.

 

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 29 '18

 Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres, SS. Tatis' second two home run night of the year should ensure that he faces no more questions about his slow start. He's hitting .333/.414/.719 this month.

Alex Patton Alex
May 16 '18

 Fernando Tatis Jr., SS, Padres. Tatis has been off to a slow start just like he endured last year, but he has shown signs of pulling out of it. Tatis hit a pair of doubles and a home run yesterday.

Alex Patton Alex
May 2 '18

Under the heading of "It's Fun to Be a Fan" ... MiLB is having a series of marketing events called "Copa de la Diversión," or "Fun Cup"

One such event is ... the San Antonio Missions will become the Flying Chanclas de San Antonio for nine games during the 2018 Season

Yes, that's right ... the Flying Flip Flops!

Howard Lynch LynchMob
Apr 12 '18