Corey Seager is an American professional baseball shortstop for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Since Gene Mauch in 1944, Seager has become the Dodgers’ youngest player. In a game against the Atlanta Braves, Seager blasted three home runs.
He was the first Dodgers shortstop to do it since Kevin Elster in 2000, and he was also the youngest shortstop in big league history and the sixth youngest player overall.
Seager was named the National League Rookie of the Month for June and was picked to participate in the All-Star squad for the National League.
He also competed in the Home Run Derby, hitting 15 home runs, the second-most by a Dodgers player in Derby history, although he did not move past the first round.
Seager was nominated to his second consecutive All-Star game and won his second consecutive Silver Slugger Award in 2017, despite missing time due to an elbow injury.
He played in the 2017 NLDS but had to withdraw due to a back injury during the NLCS. He returned to the 2017 World Series for the Dodgers, but they were defeated by the Houston Astros.
Corey Seager Contract
Corey Seager signed a 10-year, $325 million deal with the Texas Rangers and it was the largest in terms of the total value.
The contract surpassed Alex Rodriguez’s record $252 million agreement signed in 2000 as the richest in Rangers franchise history.
Corey Seager Salary
Corey Seager takes home an annual average salary of $7,350,000 as a professional baseball shortstop for the Texas Rangers.
Corey Seager Net Worth
Corey Seager has an estimated net worth valued at $50 million.