Texas Rangers shortstop Corey Seager left Tuesday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels after getting hit by a pitch on his arm. Here’s what you need to know:
Seager initially stayed in the game after getting struck by a 93 mph fastball in the top of the fifth but exited in the sixth with what Texas later announced was a right forearm contusion.
Rangers manager Bruce Bochy told reporters after the team’s 9-3 loss that Seager’s X-rays were negative, but the team will evaluate him moving forward. Bochy added that Seager didn’t want to exit the game.