The onetime phenom already claimed NLCS MVP and might just take home an even bigger trophy.
ARLINGTON, Texas — As the pandemic-induced baseball hiatus stretched into its third month this summer, workers at Dodger Stadium finished a $100 million renovation to the center field area. Shortly thereafter, shortstop Corey Seager set about destroying it.
“Our poor wall,” strength coach Brandon McDaniel says now. “I’m serious. It was every [at bat], just thunk, thunk, thunk. The poor construction workers.”
Seager, 26, has done similar damage to the stands this October at Globe Life Field, where—despite not playing for the Rangers—he is now the all-time home run leader, with eight. He was the MVP of the National League Championship Series. If the Dodgers win the World Series, which they would do with a win in Tuesday’s Game 6, his absurd .471 average and 1.432 OPS give him a good chance to be the
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