It has been somewhat of a scary few weeks for the fantasy baseball owners of Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager, what with the young hitting dynamo battling a stubborn oblique injury that at one time looked like it was going to derail him from taking part in Opening Day. Alas all seems well on the Seager front now as manager Dave Roberts announced on Tuesday that he would man the DH spot for the team in their exhibition game on Thursday and all goes well, eventually progress to returning to the field next week. This is great news in that Seager still has a bit less than two weeks to get himself ready for the opener and while a slow start to the 2017 season may be likely given all the spring workouts he has missed, there is nothing overall holding him back from being a stud fantasy baseball star. The only knock on Seager may be that he doesn't run much but this is a future batting champion waiting to happen who also can threaten 30 home runs and 90-plus runs and RBI. Yes the late first round price tag is extreme given the fact Seager has minimal MLB experience but consider that money well spent.