Corey Seager (back) officially on Dodgers' World Series roster
Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is on the team's official World Series roster after sitting out the NLCS with a back issue.
Seager has worked his way back from a sprained lower back and will replace lefty-hitting Curtis Granderson on the Dodgers' roster. Granderson went 1-for-15 with eight strikeouts in the previous two series. The Dodgers have opted for Joc Pederson as their lefty outfielder and pinch-hitter.
With a .368 wOBA and 22 home runs on the year, Seager's 1.65 nERD rates 4th on the team among all hitters.
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