Corey Seager broke out in a big way during the 2020 postseason, taking home both the NLCS and World Series MVP and helped lead the Dodgers to their first World Championship in 32 years. After his historic postseason, the hype surrounding Seager entering the 2021 season was at a fever pitch, but unfortunately as has been the story throughout his career, the two-time All-Star has seen his season be marred by injury.
Seager suffered a fractured right metacarpal in mid-May after being hit by Marlins’ pitcher Ross Detwiler. We get the very latest from Dave Roberts on Corey Seager’s injury rehab and when we can expect him back in the Dodgers lineup.
Next, we discuss how important Seager’s play for the remainder of the season will be in determining if the Dodgers will look to sign him long-term. Plus, is Corey Seager a “must re-sign” player for the Dodgers? LA has shown that it can hold its own while the 27-year-old free-agent-to-be has been sidelined.
With Seags reportedly originally looking for a contract in the $200 million range, and rumors of his preference to be on the east coast, it could be an interesting offseason for both sides.
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