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2 months agoLos Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager mostly returned to form in 2019 following an injury-shortened 2018 season where he was held to just 26 games. Unfortunately, in the time since Seager's 2016 Rookie of the Year season, the shortstop position has only gotten deeper and more top-heavy, lowering Seager from the top tier to being outside the top-12 at the position. Seager hit .272 with 19 home runs, 87 RBI and 82 runs over 134 games in 2019. His 44 doubles in 2019 tied Anthony Rendon for first in the national league. Seager's power metrics showed varying results last year. His hard-hit rate was a career-low 37.9%, a big drop from 2017's 43.8% clip. However, his launch angle of 14.1 in 2019 was a solid increase from 2017's 11.1 mark. Seager is currently being drafted right around 150th overall, making him a 13th round pick and someone who is likely to be starting at an infield or utility position for you rather than at shortstop. He's a fine value at that point as he should be able to help you across the board statistically without excelling in any one stat or hurting you in any one stat. He doesn't have high-end shortstop upside anymore, but he should be able to produce enough offense to be a mainstay in your lineup throughout the year.--Andrew Ericksen - RotoBaller
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