Seager breaks Bonds’ division series walks mark

Seager breaks Bonds' division series walks mark

A one-out walk with the bases empty in the fourth inning made Corey Seager the first to draw nine walks in a three-game stretch in the postseason, one more than Barry Bonds in San Francisco’s four-game loss to Florida in the 2003 NL Division Series.


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