Corey Seager will be out for several weeks after breaking his right hand

Corey Seager will be out for several weeks with a broken hand.

Lyou Dodgers won’t be able to count on World Series MVP Corey Seager at least a few weeks after breaking his right hand. Although it is not known how long he will be away, he will not need surgery to repair the injury.

He was the manager of the Dodgers, Dave Roberts, who confirmed that Seager He fractured his broken fifth metacarpal, the bone closest to the palm of his little finger. For now, the player will wear a splint.

“I think we dodged a bullet. Surgery is not required. He’s in a splint, and we’ll let him heal. With a broken hand, the timeline is pretty vague, so that’s where it is. “

Seager’s injury was triggered after he was hit on a pitch from Ross Detwiler in the fifth inning against Miami on Saturday night. He was placed on the DL by the Dodgers for 10 days.

It will be a low blow for the Dodgers who already have 13 injured players, including Cody Bellinger, AJ Pollock and Zach McKinstry.

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