All Corey Seager did in 2020 was win a NLCS MVP, World Series MVP, and a World Series trophy. Now, the focus by everyone is on Seager's 2021 and what happens after that?
Following the 2021 season, Corey Seager is going to be one of the hottest names on the free-agent market joining pool of other great shortstops who are set to become free agents. While LA may be working behind the scenes on a contract to keep Seager in Los Angeles, Seager isn’t focused whatsoever on that.
“That’s not the focus at all,” he told reporters over Zoom on Thursday. “The focus is right now. It’s no other thinking other than that.”
Seager hit .328 this October with 20 runs scored, eight home runs and 20 RBI. His 1.171 OPS was the best on the World Series Champion Dodgers and was behind only Arozarena, Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve for players that had at least 10 postseason games played.
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