Corey Seager on a path to become one of Dodgers’ best shortstops

Corey Seager’s major-league career started with a bang, earning National League Rookie of the Year honors in 2016. He followed up with another all-star season in 2017.

After being sidelined for most of 2018 with elbow and hip surgeries, he rebounded last season to lead the National League with 44 doubles and hit a personal-best 87 RBIs.

One of the few positions the Dodgers organization haven’t been flush with all-stars during their long history has been shortstop. Pee Wee Reese, Maury Wills, and Bill Russell are the names that come to mind first when Dodgers fans think about their stars at shortstop, but the list stops after them. Seager aims to be the next Dodgers superstar at the position.

Seager is the brother of Kyle Seager, a third baseman who has played nine major-league seasons with the Seattle Mariners. Their brother, Justin, was a 12th-round pick of the Mariners in 2013, and he played five minor-league seasons.

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Seager Brothers Put Up Similar Numbers

Brothers Corey and Kyle Seager are both having great 2016 seasons.  Corey, who appears to be a lock for National League Rookie of the Year, has been a key factor in the Dodgers’ quest for the NL West Division title.  Kyle is having his best major-league season of his six-year major-leaguer career.

As of September 24, the brothers have been able to post similar numbers at the hash-line level:  Corey with .370/.514/.884, while Kyle with .363/.508/.871.  But Corey leads in batting average (.310 to .281) and runs scored (102 to 86), while Kyle leads in home runs (29 to 25) and RBI (96 to 70).

For more information about the talented Seager brothers, see the link below from the Seattle Times:

Kyle and Corey Seager May Be Baseball’s Next Great Duo

Major League Baseball’s history has plenty of brothers who made a name for themselves in the big leagues. Brothers’ names like DiMaggio, Ripken, Alou, Niekro, and Boyer fill the history books.

Kyle Seager, a third baseman who currently plays for the Seattle Mariners, is in his fifth big league season and has already made a name for himself as a slugger.  His younger brother, shortstop Corey Seager, is rapidly rising through the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and could make their big league roster sometime during the season.

By the way, the brothers happen to have another sibling, Justin, who is in his third season in the Mariners farm system, so there’s more to come with this family.

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Corey Seager Thanks Brothers For Baseball Success

20-year-old Corey Seager is a top prospect of the Los Angeles Dodgers, playing in the prestigious Arizona Fall League this year. His oldest brother, Kyle, is currently an All-Star third baseman with the Seattle Mariners. His 22-year-old brother, Justin, also plays professional baseball in the Mariners organization.

Corey attributes his maturity and baseball sense to being able to watch and learn from his older brothers while growing up.

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Seager Brothers May Be The Next High Impact Siblings

There are currently three Seager brothers in professional baseball, and based on their early results they could be the next high impact brothers in big league baseball, like the Uptons and Molinas.

Kyle Seager of the Seattle Mariners was a Major League All-Star this season. The oldest of the brothers at age 26, the third baseman seems to have found his spot on the Mariners roster and could be there for a long time.

Corey Seager is 20 years old and was a participant in the Futures Game during the All-Star Game weekend festivities. He is a highly prized prospect in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Justin Seager, 22, also plays in the Mariners organization at the Class A level. He is in his second professional season after being drafted in 2013 out of college.

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Kyle Seager’s Brothers Also Have Major League Hopes

Seattle Mariners third baseman, Kyle Seager, had a second brother drafted in the 2013 Major League draft. Brother Justin, who played at UNC Charlotte, was drafted by Kyle’s team in the 12th round. Kyle’s other brother, Corey, was selected by the Dodgers organization in the 18th round of the 2012 draft and is currently playing A-ball for them. Who knows? They may eventually join the ranks of the Alous, the DiMaggios, and the Cruzes as a rare trio of major league brothers!

The attached article in the Yakima Herald talks about the three Seager brothers: