Kyle Seager went 2-for-5 with two home runs, including a walk-off, five RBI and two runs scored against the Astros on Wednesday.
After posting a .156 average with no home runs and just two RBI, Seager's bat finally woke up and took charge of Wednesday's Mariners/Astros game. He ended what was a fantastic night for Astros' starter Jarred Cosart with a two-run jack in the seventh inning and then, with two men on in the bottom of the ninth and the Mariners down by two, he popped another one to give the Seattle a walk-off win. Fantasy owners have to be encouraged by the performance, but let's keep it real here. One game does not a season make. He is going to need to build off this performance and continue to hit well if fantasy owners are going to stand by him.
Analyst: Howard Bender View Profile