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A Limping Corey Seager Seen Leaving Dodgers Clubhouse With A Trainer

Apr 15, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is greeted at the dugout after scoring a run in the second inning of the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Dodgers just can’t catch a break.

After losing Wednesday night’s game 7-5 against the Phillies, Corey Seager was spotted walking out of the Dodgers clubhouse with a trainer. To top things off, he was limping thanks to a ball that he fouled off of his ankle.

There isn’t much to speculate on what it could be, so hopefully it is just a bruise and a day or two off heals it up. Maybe a break is exactly what he needs, considering he is hitting just .200 in the month of September. He also went 0-5 in Wednesday night’s loss.

*Update* Corey Seager’s X-rays were negative. There is still no update on the plan moving forward and whether or not Seager will get any days off too rest.

Wednesday’s game was filled with quite a few scares for Dodger fans. Cody Bellinger looked to tweak his right ankle, the same one that landed him on the disabled list this year, after rounding second base. Then Justin Turner also took a cleat after a player on the Phillies came sliding into third base. Lastly, Yasiel Puig jumped into the right field wall trying to catch a double that would end up being the difference in the game. Luckily for Dodger fans, it looks like Bellinger, Turner, and Puig will be just fine.

Thankfully Corey Seager’s X-rays were negative and hopefully this means that we will not see him out of the lineup for too long, if it all.

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Written by Alex Perez

Whittier College Alumnus.
Editor In Chief of Dodgers Nation.
Lifelong Dodgers fan.

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