Bryce Miller: Padres chairman: Financial push for Fernando Tatis ‘completely sustainable’

SAN DIEGO — As news seismically rumbled across the country that otherworldly shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. of the Padres had agreed to the longest contract in baseball history, jaws that keep dropping with each bold stroke finally found the floor. How is this … possible? How can the Padres, the San Diego Padres, land Manny Machado for $300 million? How can they sink $70 million each season, at this point, into Machado, Eric Hosmer and Wil Myers alone? How can they roar through the trade deadline like an episode of “Supermarket Sweep”? How can they scoop up star arms Blake Snell and Yu Darvish i…

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