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The 448 billion bad boy was humiliated by Kershaw in ‘1G Multi4 2nd Room’

 Fernando Tatis Jr. (24, San Diego Padres) humiliated Clayton Kershaw (35, LA Dodgers).

Tatis Jr. started as a right fielder in the 2023 Major League Dodgers match held on the 6th (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, and played an active part with 2 hits (2 homers), 3 RBIs and 2 points in 5 at-bats.

Both hits were home runs먹튀검증. This home run became the decisive blow to destroy Dodgers starter Kershaw.

Let’s look at the home run situation. Tatis Jr. came out as the lead batter at the end of the 3rd inning, trailing 0-1. And Kershaw’s 91.4 mile (about 147 km) four-seam fastball from the outside of the 5th pitch exploded the tying solo shot.

It didn’t end here. In the bottom of the 5th inning, where the score was 1-1, the ball count was 1-2 at first base, but Kershaw’s 87.3 mile (about 140 km) slider on the 4th pitch went over the left wall. It was a home run and a come-from-behind shot.

Kershaw, staggered by two home runs, allowed consecutive hits to Manny Machado and Juan Soto. And he was hit by Kim Ha-seong and was beaten.

Kershaw collapsed with 8 hits (2 homers), 5 walks, 7 strikeouts and 4 runs in 4⅔ innings. His earned run average soared from 1.89 to 2.53.

According to Sarah Reims of, Kershaw has allowed multiple home runs to one batter in a single game just nine times over 16 years. Coincidentally, Kershaw had a hitter who allowed multiple home runs twice in one game. That player is Tatis Jr. Tatis Jr. also hit a multi-home run against Kershaw against the Dodgers on April 24, 2021. And on this day, he added a multi-four, giving Kershaw the 8th and 9th painful memories in a row.

After the game, Tatis Jr. was delighted, saying “Kershaw is one of the greatest pitchers ever. He has to bring it up to 100% when he faces him.”

Tatis Jr. is San Diego’s signature hitter. Ahead of 2021, San Diego gave Tatis Jr. a 14-year, $340 million (approximately 448 billion won) extension contract, expecting the birth of a large shortstop.

That year, he lived up to expectations. He won the National League home run king with 42 homers in 2021. But looking at his last season, he was close to a bad boy. He had a motorcycle accident before the season and had wrist surgery. There were other bad things. Later, in the process of preparing for his return, he was caught taking a banned substance and was suspended for 80 games.

Tatis Jr., who missed an entire season, could not play until the team’s 20th game this season due to disciplinary action.

But no one could stop his talent. Tatis Jr., who returned on the 21st of last month, is active with 16 hits in 60 at-bats, 4 home runs, 3 RBIs, a batting average of 0.267, an on-base percentage of 0.302, and an OPS of 0.802 in 13 games this season.

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