Dodgers: Corey Seager reportedly rejected team contract extension

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a lot to do for the offseason in the form of free agents, being star shortstop Corey Seager perhaps being the more desired by all other teams together with Max Scherzer. The truth is, Seager is on track to win hundreds of millions of dollars in free agency. And although he himself has said that he wants to return to Los AngelesApparently he wants to get more money from them than they offer him.

According to Jorge Castillo of The Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers offered Seager a contract extension midseason, which the shortstop obviously turned down in favor of becoming a free agent at the end of the World Series, which opens up a high. range of possibilities on the Dodgers roster.

According to Castillo, if Seager does not return to the Dodgers, the team would move Trea Turner to her natural shortstop position and Gavin Lux could return to middle, while if the 2020 World Series MVP stays in LA, it could be low. the condition of becoming third baseman to the detriment of Justin Turner to move Trea Turner to short stops or inculcated, keep him in the SS and seek a trade for Trea.

Seager has played his entire career with the Los Angeles Dodgers, being 2016 Rookie of the Year, winner of two Silver Bats and two All-Star nominations, as well as the 2020 World Series MVP.

Gabriel Delgado

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Dodgers: Corey Seager reportedly rejected team contract extension