Corey Seager (Texas Rangers), who won the MVP award in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series last year, took the operating table and began preparing for the new season.

The Texas Rangers announced on Monday that Seager has undergone sports hernia surgery and will concentrate on rehabilitation for the time being. Seager, who chose surgery ahead of the spring camp to prepare for the opening of the new season, will reportedly concentrate on recovery for the time being.

Texas Rangers general manager Chris Young said on MLB.COM that Seager has been in poor physical condition since late last season, considering whether to have surgery or not. “The surgery was based on medical advice.” “We expect Seager to return in time for the opening of the regular season,” Young said.

Seager led Texas to the WS championship last season with a batting average of 0.327, 33 home runs and 96 RBIs. Notably, he was named the MVP by hitting three home runs in the World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. 사설토토

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