Latest Update Seager hits 24th homer in win Sat Sep, 20, 06:45 AM
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 is having himself another solid season at the hot corner for the Mariners, slashing .273/.341/.466 with 24 home runs and 92 RBI through 556 at-bats. Although he endured some serious struggles in the beginning of the season, Seager remains one of the best players to plug in at third base this year and beyond. Analyst: Matthew Beck
This was probably the last year you would have been able to get Seager at a bargain. No one is sleeping on him anymore. He now has three-straight seasons of 20-plus home runs and is currently on-pace for his first 100-RBI season as well. Considering how atrocious the third base position has looked this year, there's actually a very good chance Seager gets listed as a top-five third baseman next year. Analyst: Howard Bender
The home run for Seager was his 21st of the year and he also extended his hitting streak to eight games. He has a .275 average and 84 RBIs on the year. He is one of the top fantasy options at the hot corner.Analyst: Colby Conway
Seager has now hit safely in seven straight games, which is a stretch that has featured two home runs and four RBI. After a terrible start to the season (.225 BA in April), Seager has since raised his batting average up to .275 while smacking 21 home runs and 84 RBI over 499 at-bats making him one of the better options to deploy at the hot corner in 2014. Analyst: Matthew Beck