Though he finished the series with a relative whimper, Seager was the catalyst for the Los Angeles offense in the prior six games, during which he reached base at a .400 clip while mashing five home runs and two doubles and driving in 11 runs. The home run and RBI totals were the most by any player in a single postseason series in National League history.
Dodgers' Corey Seager: Parlays huge NLCS into MVP honors
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