NY Sports Dog: 1 for 17: The Tatis Watch Continues

Saturday, March 20, 2010

1 for 17: The Tatis Watch Continues

Fernando Tatis remains ice cold this spring.  Today he went 0-2 with a groundout double play (Tatis hit into 13 double plays in 2009).

Tatis is now hitting .059 this spring.

Meanwhile, Ike Davis is hitting .500 and hit a game tying homerun in the 9th.  Fernando Martinez went 1 for 4, lowering his average to a mere .472.

Status: Active
  • Born: 1/1/1975 in San Pedro de Macoris Dominican Republic
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
  • HT: 5'11''
  • WT: 185
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  • Debut: 7/26/1997
  • College: N/A
DATEOPPABRHHRRBIBBSOSBAVG
03/03/2010@ATL20000010.000
03/04/2010STL30000000.000
03/05/2010@STL31101000.125
03/17/2010@BOS30000000.091
03/18/2010@FLA21000000.077
03/19/2010MIN20000000.067
03/20/2010@STL20000000.059
TOTALS
172101010.059

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3 comments:

paulsrandomstuff said...

As long as Alex Cora is the starting shortstop and Tatis is healthy, his Florida batting average isn't relevant. The Mets need a backup who can play third base.

Dave Singer said...

Correct...the backup that can play third base is named Alex Cora, and the SS in Reyes absence should be...

Anonymous said...

Tatis is sub-par and has been since last year. We caught lightning in a bottle in 08, but its over. He is going to make the team but he should not, Carter should make it over Jacobs but he will not. Expect the management to ignore the performances of some this spring.

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