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Morning Briefing: Fernando Tatis Jr. Suspended For 80 Games

Good morning, Mets fans!

The Mets lost a great game against the Phillies on Friday, as the 2-1 battle went to the 10th inning.

Max Scherzer tossed another gem, but the bats were silent against Philadelphia’s pitching staff. Liz Evangelou provided a further recap of the game.

Big news from Major League Baseball Friday, as it became public that Padres superstar Fernando Tatis Jr. was suspended for 80 games for performance enhancing drugs.

Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reported that Tatis tested positive for Clostebol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of MLB’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

The star had just started a rehab assignment after missing the entire season to this point with a fractured left wrist.

The Padres were severely banking on the return of Tatis’ bat to the lineup. They also felt really good about their World Series chances after acquiring Juan Soto at the trade deadline. Now that they won’t have the thump of Tatis in the lineup, it makes their gamble to get Soto even more risky.

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Matt Monaghan of MLB wrote on the background behind Edwin Diaz‘s iconic walk-up song.

Michael Mayer of MMO reported that the Mets released Mitch Ragan, Yeizo Campos, Cody Bohanek, Reyson Santosgive Jack-Thomas Wold.

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C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic wrote on the special night at the Field of Dreams.

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The Astros announced that Michael Brantley underwent an arthroscopic labral repair on his right shoulder and will miss the rest of the season.

The Mariners designated Ken Giles for assignment.

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Andrew Steele-Davis wrote on Jeff McNeil give Eduardo Escobar leaving the game early due to injury.

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Matthew Brownstein conducted an interview with Cleon Jones.

On This Date in Mets History

Birthdays: Taijuan Walker (30)

2010: RA Dickey tossed a one-hit complete game gem against the Phillies. The only hit in the game came off the bat of the pitcher Cole Hamels.

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