SAN DIEGO — Padres All-Stars Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr. stood next to each other and said it’s all good between them after their weekend shouting match in the dugout during a season that has been spiraling out of control. Machado shouted and cursed at Tatis during the face-to-face confrontation at the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night. Machado, 29, and Tatis, 22, were separated by teammates before taking their defensive positions on the field. The dustup came after Tatis struck out looking and then argued the call by umpire Phil Cuzzi. Padres manager Jayce Tingler was ejected when he came out to argue on Tatis’ behalf. Machado could be heard saying, “It’s not about you,” as teammate Adam Frazier and a Padres coach ushered Tatis away from the angry third baseman. The Padres blew a 2-0 lead in Saturday night’s 3-2 loss and were swept in the three-game series, going 2-8 on a trip that has seriously damaged their hopes of a repeat trip to the postseason. Before Tuesday night’s home game against the National League West-leading San Francisco Giants , Machado called Tatis “my little brother” and added that “we’re always going to be together no matter… Read full this story
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