MLB: Dodgers keep gambling and make qualifying offer to Corey Seager

On the afternoon of this Saturday, November 6, it was announced that Los Angeles Dodgers have made a qualifying offer to Corey Seager as part of their attempts to keep him on the team heading into the 2022 Season of MLB. The infielder became a free agent at the end of the 2021 campaign and rumors have emerged for weeks that he would be looking for another team.

MLB Network journalist Jon Heyman reported this day that the Los Angeles Dodgers extended a qualifying offer to Corey Seager for $ 18.4 million and unspecified time.

Heyman adds in his report that the shortstop would not accept the offer and would seek a negotiation from free agency, either with the Los Angeles team or with a new organization.

By making the qualifying offer to Seager, the Dodgers get the opportunity to take him back for another season with them or to receive financial compensation if he chooses free agency.

Corey Seager is one of the elite players who went on to become a free agent at the end of the 2021 MLB Season and will surely be looking for a millionaire, multi-year contract this off season.

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MLB: Dodgers keep gambling and make qualifying offer to Corey Seager