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“I’m really Sorry for my mistakes” Tatis Jr. Apologizes to Padres for Suspension 

Fernando Tatis Jr. apologised privately to his San Diego Padres teammates for testing positive for a performance enhancing drug.

Tatis Jr. expressed remorse for the 80-game Suspension that will keep him off the field well into next season. 

Fernando Tatis Jr: “I’m truly sorry…I have let so many people down. I have lost so much love from people. I have failed.”

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“I’m really sorry for my mistakes,” he said. "My dreams have turned into my worst nightmares.”

“There’s no other one to blame but myself…I made a mistake.”

“I’m going to remember how this feels, and I’m not going to put myself in this position ever again. I know I have a lot of love I have to gain back. I have a lot of work to do, it’s going to be a very long process.”

Looking and sounding downcast, Tatis spoke in the Padres' dugout while sitting next to general manager A.J. Preller. “Sorry fans, good baseball fans, and I’m learning. I’m maturing,” he said.

Asked about the ringworm story, Tatis offered a clarification, saying he had been dealing with a skin infection for some time, took some medication and tested positive soon after.

Tatis was suspended 80 games on Aug. 12 after MLB said he tested positive for Clostebol, an anabolic steroid.