Corey Seager leaves Dodgers for millionaire deal with Texas Rangers

Lyou Texas Rangers continue to strengthen their ninth road to the next season and once they signed Marcus Semien, now they managed to close a deal with shortstop Corey Seager, who will be for ten years and a millionaire figure.

According to information from Jeff Passan, Seager would have agreed to leave the Dodgers after reaching a 10-year, $ 325 million deal.

The relationship between Seager and the Dodgers came to an end at the end of the season, Although the ninth Angelina tried to renew it, the player rejected the qualifying offer of 18.4 million dollars at the end of the season.

With the arrival of Semien, Seager can play shortstop or settle at second or third base to command the Texas Rangers defense, who also added Jon Gray and outfielder Kole Clahoun.

Corey Seager has an average of combined batting .306 / .381 / .545 with 31 home runs in his last 147 games / 641 plate appearances. He has been with the Dodgers since he was selected in 2012 with whom he won the Most Valuable Player of the World Series, two selections at All-Star Game, Rookie of the Year award and two Silver Slugger awards.

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