Corey Seager had himself a great series.
Sure, it was a 2-game set against the Rays, but no other Dodgers player had a larger offensive impact than Seager.
On Tuesday night, his 4-RBI performance was the catalyst to get the runs rally started. The Dodgers didn’t have baserunners until the fifth inning and once they figured out that puzzle, he immediately took advantage of this situation. With two runners in scoring position, he hit a ground-rule double to bring the two guys in to score.
He hit another 2-RBI double later in the game to bring his total RBI count to four.
A 4-RBI night for @coreyseager_5? How’s that for Performance of the Week?— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 18, 2019
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In game two, Seager smacked another pair of hits. This time, two singles. Overall, Corey went 4-for-8 with one walk, two runs scored and four RBIs.
Plus, this happened.
Things you love to see: This pic.twitter.com/suy9mkEbrr— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 19, 2019