Texas Rangers: Five Reasons Corey Seager Will Have a Better 2023
By Brady Ross
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Reason 3: He knows what to expect in 2023
It’s common for players – even All-Star level players and MVP contenders like Corey Seager – to struggle in their first season with a new team. This is especially true when you switch leagues and don’t have access to team personnel for the majority of the offseason (remember that players were locked out from Dec. 1 until March 10 while a new CBA was negotiated). In addition to having more time to prepare for next season, Seager won’t have to adjust to life on a new team or in a new city in the coming season.