Kyle Seager plans to change off-season routine in hopes of bouncing back in 2019

At 30, Kyle Seager should be hitting his prime. The last two seasons have been two of his worst as he dealt with an oblique injury in 2017 and then the fractured toe this season. Mariners manager Scott Servais said what he appreciates most about Seager is his toughness, never once asking for a day off other than a three-day paternity leave for the birth of his baby girl. (Kitsap Sun)

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