For the first time since 2017, Corey Seager gets to start a season at full health. The Dodgers’ shortstop has experienced a myriad of devastating injuries over the last few years, so much so that Los Angeles looked outside of the organization for help. But Seager isn’t bothered that Francisco Lindor was an offseason pursuit, and he’s ready for 2020.
It didn’t bother me. Maybe surprise is a better word. You try to not look into it that much. Just prepare for the season with the team you’re with and if it happens, it happens. I tried to stay out of it as much as possible.
The Dodgers rumored attempts to land Lindor was certainly not a secret to anyone in the baseball world. Moreover, with LA kicking the tires on the Cleveland shortstop, the Cincinnati Reds came knocking and looking to acquire Corey.
— Steve Garvey (@SteveGarvey6) March 10, 2020
Now, after coming back from elbow and hip operations in 2018, and a hamstring injury in 2019, Seager appears ready to resume being…