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Dodgers are counting on Corey Seager for a big postseason

Corey Seager appears so utterly unflappable that Teddy Roosevelt would have loved him. Speak softly and carry a big stick. What could better describe Seager’s play than Roosevelt’s legendary adage? That is what made Seager’s first October so extraordinary. He was flustered. Not by the opposing...
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Dodgers are counting on Corey Seager for a big postseason

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Corey Seager appears so utterly unflappable that Teddy Roosevelt would have loved him. Speak softly and carry a big stick. What could better describe Seager’s play than Roosevelt’s legendary adage? That is what made Seager’s first O...

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