The Dodgers will be without the services of one of their hottest hitters on Sunday afternoon. Corey Seager reportedly will be held out of the lineup and entirely unavailable against Arizona.
Dave Roberts did clarify that the injury to Seager was not related to the foul ball hit off of his leg. Instead, dehydration is being attributed to the calf cramp that will hold him out. The Dodgers listed him as day-to-day for the time being.
Dehydration suspected to be a factor with Seager. The quad is a separate issue from the calf that was hit by a foul ball. He's unavailable today, Dave Roberts said.
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The loss of Seager in the lineup is a big one as he has been on fire at the plate. Seager has three homeruns in the last four games and has consistently put the ball in play hard. Chris Taylor figures to get more time st shortstop should he miss any extra time.
What’s Next For the Dodgers
The Dodgers play one more against Arizona today before they head to San Diego for a series with the Padres. They will play three there before heading back home. The Giants come to town for a three-game series starting on Friday. They are off for a rest day on Thursday.