Rob Segedin Back In The Major League With Los Angeles Dodgers, Homers Less Clustered Than Before; Corey Seager Doesn’t Consider Himself A Home Run Hitter, Kershaw Set To Return

Seager might be becoming the master for home-run hitting, but according to ESPN, Corey Seager from Los Angeles Dodgers doesn’t consider himself to be a home-run hitter. He said that he hadn’t had much success in hitting home runs in the past, and it was new to him. Even if Seager doesn’t hit home runs, he is someone who knows how to hit the ball all over the field and over the wall when it is thrown to him by the pitcher.

Los Angeles Dodgers’ new outfield, Josh Reddick, has only played with Corey Seager for a week, but he already knows that the hype surrounding the star player is well deserved. Reddick said that there wasn’t any doubt that Corey is a special player.

Corey is believed to be the player of future for Los Angeles Dodgers. The key to Corey Seager’s success is his consistency, and this is something that Los Angeles Dodgers is going to cash in on.

There’s more good news for Los Angeles Dodgers fans as Clayton Kershaw is going to be returning to the team. He has been away from action since 10th July when a herniated disc in his lower back made him sit out of the game and almost cost him the whole season.

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