Corey Seager is an American professional baseball shortstop for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Corey made his Dodgers debut as the starting shortstop and performed admirably throughout the season. With his first MLB home run, a walk, and a stolen base, he became the third-youngest player in history to go 4-for-4.
After that, he passed Bill Russell by reaching base safely in each of his first 16 major league starts.
He was also the franchise’s youngest position player to start a postseason game, beginning at shortstop in the National League Division Series in 2015.
In 2016, he continued to play as the starting shortstop and set new records. He was named Rookie of the Month in the National League and was selected for the National League All-Star team.
He broke Eric Karros’ Dodgers rookie record and subsequently passed Steve Sax for the most hits by a Dodgers rookie in a season.
As the squad advanced to the Championship Series, he was voted Rookie of the Year in 2016. The Silver Slugger Award was bestowed upon him, and he was unanimously chosen as National League Rookie of the Year.
What Is Corey Seager Salary: How Much Does Corey Seager Make?
Corey Seager takes home an annual average salary of $7,350,000 as a professional baseball shortstop for the Texas Rangers.
Seager signed a 10-year, $325 million deal with the Texas Rangers and it was the largest in terms of the total value.