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May 19, 2024 1 1 1 1 8
May 18, 2024 2 0 0 0 4
May 17, 2024 1 0 0 0 1
May 15, 2024 1 0 0 0 1.5
May 14, 2024 1 1 1 1 6.5

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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 107.52.4 19 6 17 23 .247
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: Provides lone run in loss

    Seager went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and two walks in Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Angels. Seager's solid May continues -- he has gone 17-for-64 (.266) with four homers and nine RBI over 17 contests this month. The shortstop provided the Rangers' lone run against Jose Soriano. Seager's had a down year across the board with a .247/.338/.371 slash line, six homers, 17 RBI, 19 runs scored and three doubles through 44 games. The bright side is his 11.8 percent walk rate, which is the highest it's been in his three years as a Ranger.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Goes yard again

    Seaver went 1-for-4 with a solo home run during Tuesday's 7-4 loss to Cleveland. Seager took advantage of the Globe Life Field roof being open, swatting a solo home run off Ben Lively in the third inning. The shortstop has hit three home runs in his last eight games and is batting .267 with six RBI and an 11.4 percent K rate during that stretch.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Homers in loss

    Seager went 2-for-3 with a walk, a home run and two RBI in Friday's 4-2 loss the Rockies. Seager launched a solo home run to lead off the sixth inning and then walked with the bases loaded an inning later. He struggled through the first five weeks of the season -- perhaps attributable to missing much of spring training after undergoing hernia surgery in January -- and his batting average was .219 as of May 2. Since then, Seager has hit safely in six of seven games, going 9-for-28 (.321) with two home runs and seven RBI.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Taking seat for nightcap

    Seager is not in the lineup for Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader versus the Athletics. The 30-year-old went 0-for-3 with a walk and a strikeout in the Game 1 loss, which ended a modest five-game hit streak. Josh Smith will shift to shortstop and Ezequiel Duran will start at third base while Seager receives some rest in the nightcap.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Turns tide with three-run homer

    Seager went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run Monday in a 4-2 victory against Oakland. Texas was down 2-0 heading into the eighth frame before Seager turned the team's fortunes around with a two-out, three-run blast to center field. It was a much-needed big moment for the star shortstop, as he came into the contest batting just .190 in May and .228 overall on the season. After slugging 33 homers and driving in 96 runs last year, Seager has just three homers and 13 RBI through 33 games in 2024. Monday marked the first time he has driven in multiple runs in a contest since Texas' second game of the season.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Fighting slump

    Seager went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Friday's 7-1 loss to Kansas City. Seager delivered the Rangers' lone run with a single in the third inning. He's been mired in a slump and entered Friday's game batting .073 (3-for-41) with two RBI over the previous 11 games. Rangers general manager Chris Young took the long view when speaking with Kenndi Landry of MLB.com, indicating the club expected Seager to need some time to get going after undergoing hernia surgery in January. Young also feels there has been some bad luck, which speaks to the shortstop's .269 BABIP.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Swats second homer

    Seager went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 8-4 loss to the Reds. Seager, who was not in the original starting lineup for Saturday's game, was a late addition. The home run was his second of the season. Seager's off to a slow start, slashing .247/.336/.330 over 110 plate appearances, which is perhaps disappointing from a player that finished second in AL MVP voting last season. However, it's also understandable when considering Seager underwent offseason hernia surgery and missed all but the final week of spring training.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Will play after all

    Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said Seager will start at shortstop for Saturday's game against the Reds, Shawn McFarland of The Dallas Morning News reports. Seager left Wednesday's game against the Mariners after taking a pitch off his shin, and he played one game at DH before returning to shortstop in the series opener against the Reds on Friday. Seager was initially set to take Saturday off, but Bochy has reinserted the 30-year-old back into the starting lineup. With Seager at shortstop, Josh Smith will shift to third base while Ezequiel Duran will move to the bench.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Taking a breather Saturday

    Seager is not in the Rangers' starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Reds. Seager will begin Saturday's game in the dugout as he gets a rest day for the first time since April 15. Since then, Seager has gone 6-for-37 with one run and one RBI. Josh Smith will start at shortstop and Ezequiel Duran at third base against Reds right-hander Hunter Greene.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Returns to shortstop

    Seager started at shortstop and went 1-for-4 in Friday's 2-1 win over the Reds. Seager, who was removed from a game Wednesday after getting hit by a pitch on the shin, has played in both games since. He served as the DH on Thursday before returning to the field Friday.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Cleared for DH duties Thursday

    Seager (shin) will serve as the Rangers' designated hitter and No. 2 batter in Thursday's game against the Mariners. Seager was removed late in Wednesday's 5-1 win over Seattle after getting hit by a pitch in the seventh inning. According to Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News, manager Bruce Bochy said after the contest that Seager's left shin "swelled up pretty good," but the 29-year-old evidently feels good enough Thursday to give it a go, albeit in a non-defensive role. Josh Smith will take over Seager's usual duties at shortstop.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Exits with bruised shin

    Seager was removed from Wednesday's game against the Mariners due to a left shin contusion, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. Seager remained in the game to run the bases after taking a pitch off his shin in the seventh inning, but he was replaced on defense prior to the eighth. His ability to remain in the game immediately after getting hit suggests his injury is relatively minor, though it's still possible the Rangers sit him down for Thursday's series finale. The 29-year-old infielder went 0-for-2 with a walk before being pulled Wednesday and is now slashing .192/.276/.192 across his last seven games.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Getting breather Monday

    Seager is not in the lineup for Monday's game in Detroit. It's a routine day off for Seager, who has now started 14 of 17 games so far this season. The Rangers are going with Josh Smith at shortstop and Ezequiel Duran at third base.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Not in Tuesday's lineup

    Seager is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the A's. Seager started the past seven games and will take a seat after posting an .889 OPS during that stretch. It's likely just a maintenance day for the veteran shortstop since he was sidelined for most of spring training while recovering from offseason hernia surgery. Josh Smith will man shortstop in his place Tuesday.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Launches first home run

    Seager went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in Wednesday's win over the Rays. Leading off the sixth inning, Seager snapped a scoreless tie with a long ball that just snuck inside the right-field foul pole for his first home run of the campaign. The 29-year-old Seager has shown few signs of rust despite being limited by injuries during spring training -- he's now 8-for-22 (.364 average) with four runs scored and three RBI to start the season after slashing .327/.390/.623 with 33 homers and 96 RBI in 2023.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Gets day off

    Seager is out of the lineup Sunday versus the Cubs. Seager is coming off sports hernia surgery he underwent in January and was able to play in only four spring training games. The 29-year-old recorded four hits with two RBI in Saturday's win. With his day off, Wyatt Langford will hit out of the two spot in left field, and Ezequiel Duran gets the start at shortstop.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Four hits in win

    Seager went 4-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored in Saturday's 11-2 win over the Cubs. Seager was one of five Texas batters to log multiple hits in the contest. He has hits in both games thus far after being limited to eight plate appearances during spring training due to a groin injury.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: More activity Monday

    Seager started at shortstop and went 0-for-3 in Monday's exhibition game against Boston. Seager, who missed most of the Cactus League with a groin injury, increased his activity from Sunday's spring debut. He went from two to three at-bats and three to six innings. The two teams will play another game Tuesday, and Seager is expected to participate. It's unclear if he'll play the full nine innings, but that is probably something the Rangers would want to see before Thursday's Opening Day matchup against the Cubs.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Makes spring debut

    Seager started at shortstop and went 2-for-2 in Saturday's spring game against the Royals. Seager made his spring debut, which had been delayed following surgery to repair a sports hernia in January. He played three innings in the field before being replaced by Ezequiel Duran. The shortstop had been taking at-bats recently, and the Rangers were cautiously optimistic that he could get into game action. After the Rangers break camp Sunday, Seager is expected to play both exhibition games against the Red Sox on Monday and Tuesday, per Kennedi Landry of MLB.com.
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  • Rangers' Corey Seager: Playing shortstop Saturday

    Seager (groin) will start at shortstop and bat second in Saturday's spring training game against the Royals. Seager underwent sports hernia surgery in late January, and the shortstop has spent spring training ramping up his activity. He has participated in live batting practice since March 18 and appears healthy enough to make his 2024 Cactus League debut. Seager slashed .327/.390/.623 with 33 home runs and 96 RBI over 536 plate appearances in 2023.
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