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Dodgers' Seager breaks hand, out weeks

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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.

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said the star shortstop does not need surgery on his broken fifth metacarpal - the bone closest to the palm in his pinky finger. Seager's hand was in a splint and a wrap Sunday morning while he chatted with his agent, Scott Boras, in the Dodger Stadium stands before the defending champions' series finale against Miami.

"I think we dodged a bullet," Roberts said. "No surgery required. He's in a splint, and we're just going to let it heal. With a broken hand, the timeline is pretty vague, so that's where it's at."


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