Padres' Tatis leaves after injuring shoulder again

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SAN DIEGO — Star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. suffered a partially dislocated left shoulder Friday night in the Padres‘ 9-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies.

It was the third time Tatis, 22, left a game this year due to a left shoulder injury. He was the NL’s starting shortstop in the All-Star Game.

Padres manager Jayce Tingler said Tatis’ injury is similar to his two previous ones and that the team will know more Saturday.

“I don’t know how to compare them. They’ve all been a little bit different,” Tingler said. “We’re of the understanding that this was a possibility, the shoulder coming out and then back in. The good thing is it slid back in.

“It’s so tough to predict, especially without a lot of information at this point. I will say, for whatever reason, he’s had a phenomenal ability of getting back in there, honestly sooner than we’ve expected. But again, it’s tough to say without having a lot of information.”

Tatis singled in the first inning and advanced on Manny Machado‘s sharp grounder to third baseman Ryan McMahon, who came up with the ball but then had it pop out of his glove and roll behind him

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