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Corey Seager set to return from LA Dodgers disabled list

Corey Seager set to return from LA Dodgers disabled list

The Los Angeles Dodgers have the news they were waiting for about Corey Seager in the Major Leagues.

After a long time off the field due to a pitch that caused a rupture in his right wrist against the Seattle Mariners, Corey Seaguer was assigned to Camelback Ranch to play a 6-7 inning game and exhaust 3 at-bats.

That means Corey Seager is feeling extremely well physically, then he would be assigned to a minor league venue and if there are no delays, he returns to his shortstop with the Angels Dodgers before the end of the month.

Camelback Ranch is the stadium where the Chicago Angels Dodgers and White Sox play in MLB spring training.

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Despite the fact that the Dodgers have played “a little bad” due to some injuries, this team has the second best record in the entire MLB, they are only surpassed by the San Francisco Giants.

Corey Seager is heading to free agency at the end of this season and the least thing for him is to be out of action, some time ago he underwent a Tommy John, something unusual in a shorts, even so, he returned and took the MVP of the Championship Series and the World Cup against the Tampa Bay Rays. (Fielding)

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