Before Wednesday night’s game against the Colorado Rockies, Corey Seager was sitting on 99 RBIs over the course of 199 career games.
In the fifth inning, Seager pulled a single through the right side off of Rockies starter Tyler Anderson, scoring Clayton Kershaw and pushing himself onto the 100 RBI mark.
? career RBI.
What a STUD. ? pic.twitter.com/rvk5QfFcqq
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 20, 2017
According to Dodgers PR, brought to you by Jon Weisman, Corey Seager became just the sixth National League player since 1920 tho amass at least 200 hits, 100 runs, 100 RBI, 50 doubles and 30 home runs through 200 career games.
— Jon Weisman (@jonweisman) April 20, 2017