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Jul 23, 2024 0 0 0 0
Jul 22, 2024 0 0 0 0
Jul 21, 2024 1 0 0 0 2
Jul 20, 2024 0 1 0 0 1
Jul 19, 2024 0 0 0 0 1.5

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Player Outlook
Mr. October 2.0 had a monster 2023 season after a somewhat disappointing debut with Texas in 2022. Many expected Corey Seager to benefit from the reduction of overshifting, but nobody saw a 82-point surge and a career-best batting average coming from him. The shift does not get all the credit as Seager previously hit over .300 in two other full seasons, but the shift certainly helped him a bit. Seager along with Luis Arraez were the only two qualified players in baseball with OBP's over .390 despite 50 or fewer walks last year, and he would have easily had 100+ runs as well as RBIs had he not missed time with both a hamstring as well as a thumb injury. He returned from that thumb injury in early August, homered in his first at bat, and went on to hit 17 more regular season homers as a warm up for what he did in October to help Texas win the pennant. Two benchmarks for Seager in 2024: 40 homer and 100 RBIs - two things he has never accomplished in his excellent career to date.

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2024 261.53 46 18 48 45 1 .262
2023 4934.1 88 33 96 49 2 .327
2022 463.53.1 91 33 83 58 3 .245
3y Avg. 4223.5 78 27 79 52 2 .287
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Receiving Tuesday off

    Seager is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the White Sox. Seager started the previous 15 games but will sit Tuesday after going 1-for-16 over the past five contests. Jonathan Ornelas will receive a start at shortstop versus White Sox lefty Garrett Crochet.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Carries offense in loss

    Seager went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Astros. He got the Rangers on the board with a two-run shot off Hunter Brown in the sixth inning. Seager has been on fire in July, racking up five multi-hit performances, three homers and 11 RBI in nine games while batting .361 (13-for-36), and the surge has pushed his slash line on the season up to .272/.352/.485.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Continues offensive surge

    Seager went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run, an additional run and a double in Monday's 9-4 win against the Angels. Seager helped Texas get off to a fast start with his massive 457-foot, two-run blast in the first frame. The shortstop added a double in the seventh for his third straight multi-hit effort. Seager also extended his overall hitting streak to 13 games, and during that stretch he's batting .373 (19-for-51) with three homers, seven doubles, 10 RBI, nine runs and a stolen base.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Stays hot Sunday

    Seager went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run, a double and an additional run scored in Sunday's 13-2 win over the Rays. Seager's hitting streak is up to 12 games, a span in which he's gone 17-for-46 (.370) with eight extra-base hits, eight RBI and eight runs scored. The shortstop's fourth-inning homer turned this game into a romp for the Rangers. Seager is slashing .271/.352/.473 with 16 long balls, 43 RBI, 40 runs scored and one stolen base through 77 contests overall.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Hit streak reaches double digits

    Seager went 1-for-3 with a walk, a double, two RBI and a run scored in Friday's 3-0 win over Tampa Bay. Seager lashed a two-run double in the third inning and came around to score on a Nathaniel Lowe single. The double extended Seager's hit streak to 10 games, during which he's 13-for-38 (.342) with five doubles, a home run, five RBI and five additional runs.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Logs hit in return

    Seager went 1-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored in Wednesday's 6-4 loss to the Padres. Seager, who had been dealing with a wrist injury, was a late addition to the starting lineup and was back at his normal shortstop position, batting second. He had missed the previous two games after getting hit by a pitch on the left wrist last Saturday.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Returns to lineup Wednesday

    Seager (wrist) is starting at shortstop and batting second in Wednesday's game against the Padres. Seager missed the last two games after being struck in the left wrist by a pitch Saturday against Baltimore. He was originally slated to begin Wednesday's game in the dugout, but Seager will return to the starting lineup, bumping Josh Smith to third base and Jonathan Ornelas to the bench.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Progressing, could play Wednesday

    Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said Seager (wrist) is feeling "a lot better" and will talk with the shortstop to see if he's doing well enough to play Wednesday against the Padres, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. The 30-year-old is currently absent from Texas' starting nine for Wednesday's contest, but there's apparently a chance he's a late addition to the lineup. Regardless of whether or not Seager ends up starting the game, it's an encouraging development for his availability going forward.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Held out of Tuesday's lineup

    Seager (wrist) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Padres. The 30-year-old has had X-rays and an MRI come back negative since being struck in the left wrist by a pitch Saturday in Baltimore, but he'll still sit for the second straight game Tuesday. Josh Smith will receive another start at shortstop as Seager continues to heal up.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: MRI comes back negative

    An MRI on Seager's left wrist has come back negative, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. X-rays had also previously came back clean, so Seager's return to the Rangers' lineup will be determined by how much discomfort and swelling he's dealing with. The shortstop was injured when he was struck by a pitch Saturday in Baltimore and didn't play Sunday's game, but he has managed to avoid a serious injury and should be considered day-to-day. Texas has a team off day Monday before starting a series at home against the Padres on Tuesday.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Withheld from Sunday's lineup

    Seager (wrist) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Orioles. The 30-year-old had X-rays come back negative after being struck in the left wrist by a pitch Saturday, and he'll miss at least one start. The Rangers are calling up Jonathan Ornelas for added infield depth, per Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News, which could signify that Seager will miss some time. No IL move is coming Sunday though, as Brock Burke was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock. Josh Smith is starting at shortstop as Davis Wendzel mans the hot corner.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: X-rays on wrist return negative

    X-rays on Seager's left wrist came back negative after he exited in the fifth inning of Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Orioles when he was hit by a pitch, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. He'll undergo further evaluation Sunday. Seager went 1-for-2 with a solo home run before his night came to an early end during his third trip to the plate. He looked to be in significant pain when he took a Cade Povich pitch to the wrist, but fortunately, he appears to have avoided any structural damage. Even so, Seager is likely still hurting and shouldn't be expected to return to the lineup for Sunday's series finale in Baltimore. The Rangers will likely see how he's feeling early Sunday before providing an update on his status.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Exits after HBP

    Seager was hit in the left wrist by a pitch in the fifth inning and immediately exited the game, Jake Rill of MLB.com reports. Seager was in visible pain after being hit in the wrist area and walked straight back to the dugout. Davis Wendzel entered to run for Seager. Seager went 1-for-2 with a solo homer before the incident, and we should learn more about the injury postgame.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Taking seat in series finale

    Seager is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Brewers. Seager will get a breather for the day game after a night game, opening up shortstop for Josh Smith as the Rangers close out their series in Milwaukee. While starting in each of Texas' last 11 games, Seager went 7-for-42 (.167 average) with no home runs and one stolen base.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Lifted for pinch runner

    Seager returned to the lineup and went 0-for-3 with a walk in Friday's 3-2 loss to Seattle. Seager was back in the lineup as the DH after being scratched Thursday due to ongoing issues with his hamstring. The one time he did reach base Friday -- a two-out, eighth-inning walk -- he was lifted for a pinch runner. That likely means manager Bruce Bochy didn't want Seager to risk aggravating his injury while trying to score a tying run, so the manager went with the speedier Travis Jankowski. For Seager, the walk extended his on-base streak to 30 games (.415 OBP).
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Returning to lineup

    Seager (hamstring) is serving as the Rangers' designated hitter and batting second Friday against the Mariners. Seager was dealing with tightness in his hamstring while warming up for Thursday's game, and he was scratched from the lineup as a precaution after having missed four games earlier in the week due to hamstring problems. The issue has now subsided ahead of Friday's contest, and he will look to remain hot at the plate after going 8-for-21 with a homer and four RBI in six games since the beginning of June.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Likely back Friday

    Seager (hamstring) was scratched from Thursday's lineup as a precaution, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. Manager Bruce Bochy disclosed that Seager experienced tightness in his hamstring while warming up for Thursday's game, and it's not a surprise the club played it safe after the shortstop recently missed four games due to a hamstring issue. Bochy also noted that Seager is likely to be back in the lineup Friday against the Mariners.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Scratched from lineup

    Seager was scratched from the Rangers' lineup ahead of Thursday's game against the Dodgers for undisclosed reasons, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. Seager returned to the lineup Wednesday after missing four games with a hamstring issue, and it's possible he aggravated that injury while going 1-for-3 with a three-run homer and a walk. Travis Jankowski will step in as Texas' designated hitter, with Josh Smith starting at shortstop.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Powers offense in win

    Seager went 1-for-3 with a three-run home run and a walk in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Dodgers. Seager missed nearly a week due to left hamstring soreness, and he played in a non-defensive capacity as the designated hitter Wednesday. He delivered the biggest hit of the game, a fifth-inning blast that accounted for all of the Rangers' runs. Prior to his absence, Seager had hit safely in 17 of his previous 18 games, batting .354 and slugging .800 in that span. He's up to a .271/.362/.484 slash line with 14 homers, 33 RBI, 30 runs scored and no stolen bases through 58 contests overall. Getting Seager's bat back in the lineup is a big boost to a Texas offense that has been limited to three runs or fewer in six of 10 games in June.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Back in lineup

    Seager (hamstring) will serve as Texas' designated hitter and bat second Wednesday versus the Dodgers. Seager hasn't played since he left last Wednesday's game against the Tigers due to a sore left hamstring, but he has now been given the green light to return to the lineup in a non-defensive role. The 30-year-old shortstop has tallied at least one base hit in 17 of his last 18 games and is slashing .354/.462/.800 with nine home runs and 15 RBI in that span.
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