The San Diego Padres were stunned to hear about Fernando Tatis Jr.'s positive drug test, but they're not ready to let it derail their season. In fact, the players are still confident about their chances at October glory.

"Look at this clubhouse," pitcher Mike Clevinger said, according to Dennis Lin of The Athletic. "We really don't need anybody else. It would be nice to have somebody else, but we don't need anybody else. We got everyone we need right here."

Tatis received an 80-game suspension Friday after testing positive for the synthetic steroid clostebol. He accepted the ban without an appeal and said he accidentally used a medication to treat ringworm that contained the banned substance. Padres manager Bob Melvin said Tatis was "remorseful" during their conversation earlier Saturday, according to Joe Trezza of MLB.com.

The suspension ends Tatis' 2022 season before it had even started. The 23-year-old hadn't played this year due to a wrist injury sustained in an offseason motorcycle accident and was on a rehab assignment when the ban was announced.