Latest Update Seager hits 16th homer in losing effort Mon Jul, 21, 06:37 AM
Has a pretty good power/speed combination and plenty of position versatility. Also displays plate patience, so he draws a lot of walks.
Flaws: : The jury is still out on whether he's able to defend consistently at the big-league level (at any position). Must also pick his spots better on the base-paths.
Seager has been everything his fantasy owners could have asked for in 2014, despite starting off the season batting .225 through the month of April. Since then he his batting average has jumped to .227 while maintaining his image as a solid power hitting third baseman, blasting 16 home runs while driving in 64 RBI. He remains one of the better players to deploy at the hot corner until he proves otherwise. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Seager is developing into an elite fantasy option at the hot corner, if he is not already considered one in just his fourth season in the big leagues. He is well on his way to hitting 20 or more home runs for the third consecutive season and is just six RBI shy of matching his total of 69 from last season. Seager's 63 RBI are tied for eighth most in the AL with one game to go before the All-Star Break.Analyst: Michael Pichan
After a miserable month of April (.225 BA), Seager has been able to turn things around now hitting .276 with 14 home runs and 61 RBI through 330 at-bats. Although he did not enter the season in the top 10 among his position, he has certainly proved to be a reliable power source at the hot corner this year and beyond. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Seager had at least one hit in each of his six games last week as he finished hitting .583 with two home runs and eight RBI. He followed those accolades by going 3-for-5 with a home run, three RBI, and two runs scored Tuesday, a night after going hitless in four at-bats with a walk on Monday. Analyst: Michael Pichan