Kyle Seager Seattle Mariners

Age: 33 (November 3, 1987) | 6' 0" | 210lbs. | Bats: Left 3B-53 DH-6 PH-4
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SEA AL 2016 158 597 89 166 69 108 36 3 30 99 3 1 .278 .359 .499 10 16 .295 36/22/42 25 25
SEA AL 2017 154 578 72 144 58 110 33 1 27 88 2 1 .249 .323 .450 9 17 .262 31/17/52 17 16
SEA AL 2018 155 583 62 129 38 138 36 1 22 78 2 2 .221 .273 .400 6 22 .251 34/21/45 12 11
SEA AAA 2019 9 39 5 10 3 7 2 0 0 7 0 0 .256 .310 .308 7 17 .312 n/a
SEA AL 2019 106 393 55 94 44 86 19 1 23 63 2 2 .239 .321 .468 10 19 .248 33/23/44 12 11
SEA AL 2020 60 203 35 49 32 33 12 0 9 40 5 0 .241 .355 .433 13 13 .240 35/16/48 25 24
Career 10yrs 1321 4958 632 1267 474 959 280 13 207 706 52 26 .256 .326 .443 9 17 .277 n/a
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Alex Patton Alex
Dec 15 '12
I noticed that ugly K/W, but I have to thank you because you framed it in such a way that I'm looking at this a little differently now. Like any youngin', how batters adjust to the changes made against them by pitchers is key. Looking at his minor league K/W, it looks like he was able to adjust across the levels.

Can he do it in MLB, however? The K/W comparison to last years ABs slightly tempers the enthusiasm I want to have.
Shawn Douglas ShawnD
May 10 '12
I think he's played well enough to date that his major competition is on the mound. Pitchers will find out what he can't hit and then he'll have to show them they're wrong. The K/W suggests he needs to take more pitches.
Alex Patton Alex
May 10 '12
Someone help me figure out what's real and not real with this kid. He's being offered to me in a league, somewhat on the cheap, but I don't know what to make of him.

From what I can gather, he's been thought of as a doubles hitter who won't hit for much power or steal many bases. I read an article about him that said Seager worked out a lot over the offseason and strengthened his core, adding a few pounds of muscle in the process. He's apparently trying to turn some of those doubles into HR.

But does he have enough to stick at 3B? His major competition is Liddi, right? And Liddi can launch a few balls last time I checked.
Shawn Douglas ShawnD
May 10 '12
Played third, batted third yesterday. Went three for three and hit a homer.
Alex Patton Alex
Mar 5 '12