The 27-year-old is going to be a very hot commodity, as he’s one of the top position players available this winter.
He has spent his entire big-league career with the Los Angeles Dodgers to this point, and during his time in L.A., he has accomplished a lot.
So today, we’re going to rank his three best seasons so far.
He has seven years of MLB experience under his belt, giving us several campaigns to choose from.
Let’s get started.
3. 2020 Season
At the No. 3 spot, Seager’s 2020 season gets the nod over some other candidates (like his 2019 and 2021 campaigns) due in large part to the fact that the Dodgers won it all in 2020.
It’s the only World Series title of Seager’s career so far, and he had a major hand in making it happen.
The two-time All-Star batted .307 with a .943 OPS and 150 OPS+ over 52 regular-season games in 2020.
He racked up a bWAR of 2.1 and finished ninth in the NL MVP race.
It was obviously a very short season due to the pandemic, but he made the most of it.
During the Dodgers’ run in the playoffs, he rose to the occasion in a big way.
He batted .328 with a massive 1.171 OPS over 18 postseason games, blasting eight home runs along the way.
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— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 1, 2020
As a result of his insane playoff run, he took home NLCS MVP honors and World Series MVP honors.
Who knows if the Dodgers would have won the title without Seager?
2. 2017 Season
Seager’s 2017 season was pretty clearly his second-best.
The former first-round pick slashed .295/.375/.494 over 145 regular-season games en route to an OPS of .854 and OPS+ of 126.
He homered 22 times and doubled 33 times, both of which helped him accumulate a bWAR of 5.3.
— Dodgers Tailgate (@DodgersTailgate) June 20, 2020
He earned an All-Star selection, Silver Slugger Award, and finished 17th in the NL MVP race as a result of his stellar year.
At this stage of Seager’s career, he was starting to be regarded as a superstar, and his 2017 campaign definitely helped push the narrative forward.
Now, let’s take a look at the top spot on the list.
1. 2016 Season
Seager’s rookie campaign was arguably his best.
While he made his MLB debut in 2015, the 2016 season was his rookie campaign, and he turned lots of heads.
He slashed .308/.365/.512 and put up an OPS+ of 134.
He homered 26 times, doubled 40 times, and tripled five times, giving him 71 total extra-base-hits.
Most impressively, he used a 5.2 bWAR to win the Rookie of the Year Award and finish third in the MVP race.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) November 15, 2018
He also was named an All-Star and Silver Slugger.
Not too shabby for a guy who was in his age-22 season.
No matter where Seager lands this offseason, he’s likely going to make a massive impact in 2022.
Given his age, he should have plenty of fantastic seasons left in the tank.
As long as he stays healthy, we could be talking about a guy who’s in the MVP mix pretty often for the next decade or so.