This week, Corey Seager will continue his recovery process in Arizona at the Dodgers’ spring training complex, Camelback Ranch. According to Dave Roberts, the LA shortstop just arrived on Sunday, which means he has only played Monday and Tuesday.
Dave Roberts gave a little more details into how long Seager will be staying in Arizona.
He’s going to stay there for the next couple of days. We assume he’ll be there when we get [to Arizona this weekend].
The Dodgers will be heading out to Arizona on Friday to play the Diamondbacks, so there will be more updates about what should be next for Seager by then.
#Dodgers Dave Roberts said Corey Seager began playing in games at Camelback Ranch Monday. Will stay in AZ until LAD gets there for weekend series. No clarity yet on whether he goes on rehab assignment or not
— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) July 27, 2021
Dave Roberts also added that he’s unsure as to whether the injured shortstop would head out on a rehab assignment. However, he’s gone back and forth on this.
Still, there’s no timeline on how long until Seager will be back or if he is going on assignment, but hopefully playing in Arizona shows signs of progress. If it comes down to it, the next step is could be sending him to a rehab assignment where he can get a feel for playing in a game again. This all depends on how Seager says he feels and what the team thinks is best for him. With being out for so long, it may take a little extra time for Seager to find his rhythm again.
Hang tight Dodgers fans, you’ll have your favorite players back on the field in no time.