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11 months agoKyle Seager’s 2018 might have been a career-worst for the 31-year-old. He finished the year batting .221 with 22 HR and 78 RBI, all numbers below his career norms. His numbers last season can be attributed to a career-low BABIP(.251), an unnatural K%(21.9), and a deflated HR/FB(11.0%). His LD%(21.4%) and Hard%(37.0%) remained in line with his recent year numbers so there is nothing to suggest that his power numbers won’t return in 2019. His above-average contact skills will also bring his K% back to his normal pace, solidifying his AVG. One of Seager’s main assets is that he has been a model of consistency over the years. Since 2012, he has played in at least 154 games every year averaging .258 with 25 HR and 84 RBI in that span. Expect these numbers to be a baseline for his production in 2019. With the departures of Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz, Seager is slated to bat third in a Mariners lineup that will provide him more at-bats, RBI, and Run opportunities than ever before. It wasn't long ago when Seager was getting drafted in the top 100 and his numbers show nothing has changed in his swing since then. He likely won’t lead his position in any roto category, but his current ADP of 238 is a bargain given his stable floor and year to year consistent production.--Riley Mrack - RotoBaller

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