Latest Update Mariners officially announce Kyle Seager's seven-year extension. Tue Dec, 02, 06:43 PM
Has a pretty good power bat and the ability to produce runs. Also displays plate patience, so he draws a lot of walks. As a lefty bat, he hands in there pretty well against southpaws.
Flaws: : Has improved his defensive work at the hot corner, but he still could stand to improve more. Must also pick his spots better on the base-paths, as he's not an efficient base-stealer.
Seager got a seven year deal worth just over 100 million dollars. This is a huge signing by the Mariners. Seager hit 25 home runs and drove in 96 runs last season. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Well this will certainly thrust the usually underrated Seager into the spotlight. He's got three-straight seasons with 20 or more home runs and set a career-high of 96 RBI last year. His plate discipline has remained very stead, he can swipe a few bases here and there and he's batted no lower than .360 with a .330 on-base percentage in each of the three seasons. Throw in roughly 30 doubles per year and you've got yourself one heck of a cornerstone at third base. Given the troubles we've witnessed at the position last year, Seager could easily start this season as a top-seven third baseman heading into drafts this coming season.Analyst: Howard Bender
Seager has had a rough September, but finally came around on Thursday. With 96 RBIs on the season, he has a chance to reach 100-mar for the first time in his career.Analyst: David Kerr