Another injury update, but this is much more encouraging for fans. It looks like Dodgers’ shortstop Corey Seager has made some positive steps towards his recovery.
Before Saturday’s game, Dave Roberts spoke with the media and gave an update about Seager’s hand. It looks like he will be going to Camelback Ranch, in Arizona to play some games while the Dodgers make their way to San Francisco to play the Giants.
Corey Seager was placed on the 60-day injured list with a fracture in his right hand after getting hit by a pitch back in May.
Aaaaaaand Corey Seager has left the game after getting hit in the hand by a pitch pic.twitter.com/gKvhdEDFuZ
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) May 16, 2021
Dave Roberts also mentions what he hopes to see after Seager comes back from Arizona.
Once we leave on Sunday he’s going to go out to Arizona and get in some games over there…and once he plays, then hopefully we can get him with us.
When talking about getting Seager back and activating him, Dave Roberts said:
Not much would make me happier.
Although there is still no timeline about when Seager will be back, this is the next step for him in his recovery. If he does well in Arizona, he could be back before you know it, Dodger fans.