Dodgers: Friedman Hopes it’s Not Corey Seager’s Last Year in Blue, Will He Re-Sign with LA?

With Dodgers’ star shortstop Corey Seager set to enter free agency after the upcoming 2021 season, many wonder what the 2020 World Series MVP’s future holds in Los Angeles. On Thursday, when asked about a possible contract extension with LA, the two-time all-star said “That’s not the focus at all” and that “the focus is right now. It’s no other thinking other than that.”

We discuss Corey Seager’s contract status, his injury history, and if he’ll ultimately re-sign with the Dodgers. Plus, Andrew Friedman talks about Corey Seager’s future with the club.


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  1. corey seager will be the best shortstop in the majors this year and may win the batting title. he’s that good! not re-signing him would be a galactic mistake.

  2. I love the fact Corey isn’t talking contract, and knows he needs to lead the Dodgers to another WS Championship. Get that done and he’ll strike it rich. Would love to see him back in Dodger blue, but at third base. Is he willing to change positions?

  3. If the Dodgers don’t resign Seager before the end of the season, they will have less than a 50% chance of getting him to stay. As soon as he is officially a free agent, the Boras circus will begin in full force.

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