Why Corey Seager Should Be Staying in the Minors

Corey Seager is on fire this year for the Oklahoma City Dodgers, he’s hit .299 with 4 home runs and 20 RBIs in just 41 games. Of course this stat line looks a lot better than the current starting short stop for the franchise Jimmy Rollins but it doesn’t necessarily mean that Corey should be starting for LA over him.

Jimmy brings experience, pose, speed and leadership to the team and at 36 the first year Dodger knows how to play well in the big leagues. He even started the year at lead off before Joc Pederson, who was perhaps a little too hastily put there in the lead off spot, took over for the season. But for now and for Jimmy his bat is lumping and his average is fluctuating around the .200 mark. However this isn’t the end of the world for Jimmy or LA.

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