‘Betting stalwart’ Texas pays $500 million for Seaman and Seager, looks like they got it right

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The Texas Rangers are notorious for signing “bust” players and then losing them.

Texas spent a whopping $500 million to sign Marcus Semien and Corey Seager ahead of the 2022 season. They signed Semien to a seven-year, $175 million deal, and Seager to a 10-year, $325 million deal.

Semien suffered a severe hitting slump at the start of the 2022 season. There were concerns here and there, but he eventually found his form and hit 26 home runs to make a statement. The season before, he had hit 45 arches for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Now that he’s settled in in Texas, Semien has been spinning the bat this season. In 62 games, he’s batting .295 with nine home runs and 50 RBIs.

Seager had a career-worst .245 batting average last season, but his 33 home runs made up for it.

He struggled with injuries this season, but after returning, he hit .325 with six home runs.토토사이트

Texas is in first place in the American League West.
first place in the American League West is due in part to their offense.

It will be interesting to see how Texas performs this season after spending so much money and hovering near the bottom of the standings for so long.

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