Video: Dodgers’ Corey Seager smashes 8th home run of postseason in World Series Game 4 vs. Rays
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Corey Seager continued his amazing postseason with another long ball in the third inning of Game 4 of the World Series.
Seager took a Ryan Yarbrough curveball deep to straightaway right field on a 2-2 count with nobody out, extending the Dodgers’ lead to two.
Corey Seager on breaking balls in the Postseason:
— Inside Edge (@IE_MLB) October 25, 2020
This is the second home run for the Dodgers shortstop in Game 4 after Justin Turner blasted one to straightaway center field in the first inning.
Seager has been hot on breaking balls this postseason, hitting five home runs while having a 1.048 slugging percentage. The team, as a whole, has been very strong on offense throughout the postseason, with Turner breaking the Dodgers’ record for most postseason home runs in franchise history.
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