While you obviously want to see progress from players in Spring Training, easily the most important thing to watch for is health. This isn’t remotely close. So, when we heard Saturday afternoon that Corey Seager, the jewel of the Dodgers’ loaded farm system was undergoing an MRI for a non-contact issue with his knee, of course we freaked out a little bit.

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Here is the initial report, via Bill Plunkett.

Seeing AlAttache’s name brought a little extra eagerness to waiting on news, given what his presence usually means, but Jon Heyman swooped in to allow us to resume breathing a little more easily.

You hear that? That random breeze is the collective sigh of relief of the Dodgers and their fans.

I noticed trainers were watching Seager run right before the game started yesterday and the pain must have worsened as the afternoon progressed. We’re still waiting for a few more updates and details, but for now, this is about as good of news as we could hope for.

UPDATE: We have a timeline on for Seager, via Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times.

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