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MLB News: ‘Corey’s Brother’ Kyle Seager Announces Retirement



On Wednesday, long-time Seattle Mariner Kyle Seager announced his retirement from baseball. His wife informed the baseball world.

The 34-year-old former third baseman had ties to the Dodgers organization through his brother, former LA shortstop Corey Seager. Over the last few years, Kyle had also been linked in trade rumors to LA often. Back in 2017, he also wore a jersey with “Corey’s Brother” across the back for Players Weekend, which was well received around baseball.

The elder Seager hangs up the cleats after 11 seasons in the show. Over 1,480 games, Kyle hit .251 with 242 home runs and 807 runs batted in, all with the Mariners. He set career highs in homers and RBI in 2021 with 35 and 101 respectively.

Known as one of the good people in the game, Seager will be missed on the field. We congratulate him on a fine career and wish him the best of luck in whatever’s next in his life!

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  1. Wow! Kind of young; but just maybe Kyle has priorities in life in proper order. He probably could have signed another contract for millions. Best wishes and prayers for you Kyle!

  2. Yeah, but probably wanted to retire on a high note (best year in HR’s and RBI’s) rather than being forced out by staying too long. I suspect he was very wise investing his earnings………..so he did not need to keep playing. It is sad to see great players hang on too long – playing at a shadow of their former greatness.

  3. Yeah, but probably wanted to retire on a high note (career highs in HR’s and RBI’s). He probably was wise in the investment of his earnings where he could retire on his terms. It’s sad to see great players continue to play at a shadow of their former greatness.

  4. Kyle should get half of Coreys money for actually being able to stay on the field his whole career.

  5. This is weird,I’m listening to Good Times by Chic as I’m reading this story.I feel so sad for a player that I didn’t care for and barely watch him play.To think that Kyle must have loved the game so much,but reached the point that he feels okay to leave it at his age.Good luck Kyle and remember the Good Times in your baseball career!

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