Corey Seager sat out his second straight game on Sunday with minor back discomfort, according to Dave Roberts.
Seager was injured Friday on a throw, according to Roberts. Roberts said he is expected to continue normal activities by Tuesday.
Seager said the awkward throw caused his discomfort. "Not serious," he said.
— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) March 5, 2017
It’s not the first injury of Seager’s spring training. He missed a trio of games after taking a foul ball to the shin. Seager is one of the favorites for MVP, and while the injuries are minor, the Dodgers’ priority remains keeping him healthy for Opening Day.
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As Ken Gurnick of MLB.com noted, Seager missed two weeks last spring training and still had an All-Star season. As long as Seager can hit and run, the Dodgers will be in good shape.
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