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Dodgers: Corey Seager Showing Progress With Throwing Program

Apr 4, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager (5) throws to first for an out against the San Diego Padres in the sixth inning at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Corey Seager’s absence in the 2018 season left a huge gaping hole at the shortstop position. With guys such as Chris Taylor and Kiké Hernandez filling that role temporarily, it wasn’t quite enough to help the Dodgers in the long run. The Dodgers made a huge splash before the deadline in acquiring Manny Machado before the trade deadline.

No baseball player ever wants to face the unfortunate season ending injuries. In this case, Corey Seager and many others have dealt with season-ending Tommy John surgeries. As we’ve seen, there is a good possibility of players coming back stronger than ever following Tommy John Surgery. For example, Nathan Eovaldi, who has overcome a pair of  Tommy John surgery procedures in his career.

With the Winter Meetings in full swing, teams from around the league have gathered to Las Vegas. Andrew Friedman answered questions and also gave us a few updates on Dodgers’ players, including Corey Seager.

Corey Seager is eager to get back on the field, and has already started working towards the 2019 season. Friedman notes Seager is “to the point to switch gears from rehabbing to training”.

Corey Seager is coming off back-to-back All- Star seasons in ’16 and ’17. He was on pace to have yet another fantastic season, before season ending Tommy John surgery. By the looks of it, it’s sounding like Seager is on the right track back to a healthy shortstop.

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Written by Tyler Hawk

Currently living in Central California. Life-long Dodgers and Chargers fan.

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  1. God speed and God’s blessing Corey. Can’t wait to get you back out there where you belong. We need a good hitter and good glove and equally important, a good MAN out there at SS wearing Dodger blue. Hang in there and keep on keepin’ on….our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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