SS - LAD - IL10
Corey Seager had a splint that was previously on his right hand removed.
Seager was previously wearing this splint last homestand, but his hand is now just taped up. He took ground balls in the infield as well on Friday. Seager appears to be making progress to return from his hand fracture.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says SS Corey Seager (hand) could begin hitting off a tee within the next couple of days.
Seager is beginning to make strides in the rehab process. He has been on the IL since mid-May due to a fractured hand. Fantasy managers are highly encouraged to keep him stashed in an IL spot for the time being.
Dodgers SS Corey Seager (hand) fielded some ground balls on Thursday.
Seager also did some conditioning and core exercises. Of course, he didn't do any throwing after fielding his grounders. The 27-year-old shortstop is dealing with a fractured right hand, so he'll likely be sidelined until mid-to-late June as of now.
X-rays on Corey Seager's right hand revealed a fracture late on Saturday night.
This is a brutal development for both the Dodgers and fantasy managers alike. Seager is expected to be out for a while, though an actual timeline hasn't been revealed just yet. It's time to start making backup plans, however.
After Corey Seager left due to a hit by pitch, the Dodgers noted he has a broken right hand. Seager will likely head to the injured list.
Unfortunate news for Seager who was hitting decently with a .265 batting average, four home runs, 20 runs, 22 RBI, and one steal. With reports indicating Seager will likely land on the IL, it's a tough blow to fantasy managers, and hopefully, he isn't out for too long.