Corey Seager has far exceeded expectations. Sure, many knew he'd be good, but I doubt anyone expected the results we've been enjoying so far. As a 22-year old Seager has not only entered into this seasons MVP discussions but has also surpassed numerous Dodger records in the process. So far he has broken franchise marks for home runs by a shortstop, doubles by a rookie, and now has just passed Steve Sax for hits by a rookie with 181. Corey said this about the new achievement passed, per Ken Gurnick and Jake Rill atMLB.com:
"It's another cool one, but kind of has to get put on the back burner until the offseason while we still have to keep winning games," said Seager.In honor of this Topps has issued his fifth Topps Now card of the year. Go here to check it out and order. Below is what is written on the reverse:
Corey Seager recorded two hits against the Arizona Diamondbacks during their September 17th matchup. The two hits were significant in that they set a Los Angeles Dodgers single-season, franchise record for most hits by a rookie (181). One of those hits was a single, while the other was a triple, and Seager finished with a 2-for-4 line with two runs scored en route to a 6-2 win for the Dodgers.UPDATE: The print run for this card is 696 copies.
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