Corey Seager has been out of the Dodgers lineup since a fastball broke a bone in his right hand on May 15. He’s been swinging a bat for over a week, and will continue his rehab at Camelback Ranch after a few days of rest during the All-Star break.
Dave Roberts earlier in the week gave a very encouraging update on the health of Corey Seager and if we can see him back right after the All-Star break.
“He’s going to Airzona while we’re here in Colorado. He’ll take at-bats, simulated games, and some games that will be going on down there,” Roberts. “Once we finish that Colorado series, we’ll reassess and see where he’s at physically and make a decision then.”
There's no plans for a minor league rehab assignment for Corey Seager as of right now.
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