🚑 Thumb Twist Drama: Corey Seager’s Dance with the Second Base Ends in a 10-Day Break! 🤕
TL;DR; 💡 Rangers’ star shortstop Corey Seager takes an unplanned vacay after a second base slide mishap injures his thumb. MRI? All clear. X-rays? Negative. Fans? Nervously biting nails. 🥺
So, there Corey was, giving it his all, sliding into second base. But ouch! That’s not how you make a grand entrance, Seager! 🤦 After that painful-looking twist, the Texas Rangers’ golden boy has bagged himself a sprained right thumb. But hey, no bones about it, literally! 😜
Now, Corey isn’t just any player; he’s an All-Star, folks! And when you’ve got mad skills like him, everyone’s waiting on the edge of their seats (or should we say stadium benches?) to know just how bad the damage is. 🧐 Seager was quick to let everyone know post-slide that while the thumb did feel like it went on a solo roller-coaster ride, the MRI showed no structural damage. Like, phew! Right? And if you’re into medical jargon, the X-rays were also a thumbs up… err, negative. 🙌
Now, here’s the juicy bit. This second-base incident? It was against the Los Angeles Dodgers. And if you’re a little behind on your baseball drama, let me spill the tea ☕️ – that’s Seager’s former team. Coincidence or an awkward ex-relationship moment on the field? 🤭
So while Corey might be out of the game for a bit (10 days to be precise, thanks to the injured list he’s now on), here’s what’s really making us think: What do you do when you’re an All-Star player with a wounded thumb and 10 days to spare? Video games? Umm, probably not the best idea. Thumb wrestling? Definitely not. 😂
Here’s to hoping Seager uses this time to rest up, and come back even stronger! After all, every hero needs a little break, right?
But we can’t help but wonder… If you were Corey, how would you spend these 10 days? 🤔🎮🍿📚
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