The former White Sox pitcher called Fernando Tatis Jr.  as 'impostor'

Former White Sox pitcher Kade McClure is definitely not a fan of Fernando Tatis Jr.

McClure, who is now pitching for Triple-A Sacramento in the San Francisco Giants system, called Tatis a “con” after surrendering a home run Wednesday to the suspended San Diego Padres star.

Tatis is currently in a rehab stint at Triple-A El Paso while working back from an 80 game suspension for failing a drug test.

Fans booed Tatis as he circled the base. Afterwards, McClurg responded to social media posts about the homer. The pitcher called Tatis a “con” who played in the game due to “steroid suspension”.

McClure, 27, appeared in 44 games in Triple-A Charlotte last season. He spent five seasons in the White Sox organization before being traded to San Francisco in December for pitcher Gregory Santos.

Tatis was suspended on August 12 after testing positive for Clostebol, a synthetic form of testosterone. He blamed the positive test on a cream he said he used for ringworm. Tatis will be eligible to return to San Diego on April 20.