The 2016 NL Rookie of the Year, Seager had a solid 2019 after Tommy John surgery limited him to 26 games in the previous year. He hit a NL-leading 44 doubles to go along with 19 home runs and an .817 OPS. Another year removed from the surgery may help Seager come closer to his offensive numbers from 2016-17.
So, I think you can almost always find value trading for older-but-still-very-good players, and that would be my approach. Greinke especially slipped in the draft we did yesterday. I would also say Andrew Benintendi and Corey Seager are two young guys being sort of written off. https://t.co/rUwgJobUpa— Chris Towers (@CTowersCBS) January 31, 2020