With the trade deadline acquisition of Trea Turner, the Los Angeles Dodgers will certainly be moving on from long-time shortstop Corey Seager, who was drafted by the club in 2021. He’s had his share of injury issues over the years, but any club that gets Seager will have a stellar bat and glove addition.
- in 95 regular-season games in 2021, he’s hit .306/.394/.521 with a .915 OPS and 147 wRC+. He had 22 doubles, three triples, 16 home runs, and 57 RBI. He contributed to 20 double plays this season with a fielding percentage of .975.
- Seager is a really good player but has not played a full season in a couple of years. Is a full, healthy season something you could expect from Seager? Would he be worth a large contract he’s anticipated to garner, if he couldn’t prove he can be a team’s full team shortstop? He’s a huge gamble.