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Tatis Jr will goes stronger than Stanton after slump

Dominican baseball player Fernando Tatis Jr. from San Diego Padres has the hardest at bat in the MLB, taking over Giancarlo Stanton's accolade.

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According to Sarah Laangs, every Tatis Jr. hit is averaging about 95.9 exit velocity, hitting harder that Christian Yelich, Mike Trout and Travis D'arnaud.

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Highest avg exit velocity this season (min 100 batted balls):

Fernando Tatis Jr.: 95.9 mph

Christian Yelich: 94.3 mph

Mike Trout: 93.8 mph

Travis d'Arnaud: 93.6 mph

Kyle Schwarber: 93.6 mph pic.twitter.com/adxOOuLo8k

— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) September 21, 2020

Season after season, Fernando Tatis Jr. is proving himself as a very solid player who's on pace to get the MVP Award this year, and carrying the Padres into the MLB Postseason. Even at his second season, there's no way to stop the 21-year-old player.

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After a slump that dropped Tatis's batting average from .310 to .275, it looks like he's recovering his mojo and will look to play hard and hit hard during October baseball for the Padres.

 

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