Dodgers’ Seager likely out for a few weeks with broken hand

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. The star shortstop does not need surgery on his broken fifth metacarpal, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. The Dodgers placed Seager on the 10-day injured list Sunday and recalled catcher Keibert Ruiz from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Seager became the jaw-dropping 13th player on Los Angeles’ injured list, joining regular position players Cody Bellinger, AJ Pollock and Zach McKinstry. They’ve already lost powerful starter Dustin May and infielder Edwin Ríos for the entire season.