Dodgers' Seager likely out for a few weeks with broken hand
Marlins Dodgers Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers' Corey Seager (5) reacts after being hit by a pitch from Miami Marlins relief pitcher Ross Detwiler during the fifth inning a baseball game Saturday, May 15, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis) (Ashley Landis)LOS ANGELES — (AP) — World Series MVP Corey Seager will miss at least a few weeks for the Los Angeles Dodgers after breaking a bone in his right hand. “You’ve just got to let it happen.”Seager was hit by a pitch from Miami's Ross Detwiler in the fifth inning of Los Angeles' 7-0 victory Saturday night. The Dodgers placed Seager on the 10-day injured list Sunday and recalled catcher Keibert Ruiz from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Seager became the 13th player on Los Angeles' dismaying injured list, joining regular position players Cody Bellinger, AJ Pollock and Zach McKinstry.wftv.com
New Marlins GM Ng eager to finally see her team in action
(AP Photo/John Raoux, File)MIAMI – Three months into the job, Kim Ng will finally get to see her team. Miami Marlins pitchers and catchers hold their first workout Thursday at the team's spring training complex in Jupiter, Florida. And Ng, hired in November as the first female general manager in Major League Baseball, will be watching. She made offseason moves to improve the team as she was still learning about it. Young pitching is the Marlins' strength, both at the major league level and in the minors.