Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports that the Dodgers are calling up Triple-A infielder Corey Seager, considered by many to be the No. 1 prospect in baseball.
Seager ranked as a consensus top-10 prospect coming into the year and has split the season between Double-A and Triple-A, hitting .292 with 18 homers and an .829 OPS in 124 games at age 21.
Strictly a shortstop prior to this season, he started 19 games at third base in the minors as the Dodgers tried to increase his versatility for a potential MLB role. It’s unclear how much Seager will actually play down the stretch with Justin Turner playing nearly every day at third base and Jimmy Rollins starting 35 of the past 36 games at shortstop.
Seager will be eligible for the playoff roster.