Giants fans salty about Fernando Tatis Jr.’s very normal home run trot (Video)

San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants

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San Francisco Giants fans heartily booed Fernando Tatis Jr. after the Padres shortstop did a stutter step while rounding third on a home run trot.

Fernando Tatis Jr. is one of the most exciting young players in baseball. He’s also one of the most controversial because he has the audacity to … *checks notes* … jog around the bases after a home run.

Tatis Jr. got a round of boos when he hit a home run in the third inning against the Giants and did a bit of a stutter step as he rounded third base.

Fernando Tatis Jr. was booed for how he rounded the bases vs. the Giants

See it for yourself here:

Fans being less than thrilled about watching their team give up a home run makes sense. The Padres star was always going to draw their ire.

Still, that home run trot itself wasn’t anything to be salty over.

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