WASHINGTON - - The Padres have played their whole season without Fernando Tatis Jr., enthusiastically anticipating the arrival of 

their hotshot shortstop. They will currently have to hold on until at some point in 2023. Tatis has been suspended 80 games

 subsequent to testing positive for Clostebol, an exhibition upgrading substance disregarding Major League Baseball's Joint Drug

 Prevention and Treatment Program, the association declared Friday. The suspension is without pay and taking effect right now, 

 meaning Tatis will miss the rest of this season and the initial 33 rounds of the 2023 season. Any games the Padres play in the 2022

postseason will combine with the suspension, which would decrease the quantity of games he'll need to pass on the following year.

"I have been educated by Major League Baseball that a test I submitted returned a positive outcome for Clostebol, a prohibited 

substance," Tatis said in an explanation. "It just so happens, I coincidentally took a drug to

treat ringworm that contained Closteblol. I ought to have utilized the assets accessible

to me to guarantee that no restricted substances