PHOENIX — There was no question that Texas Rangers shortstop Corey Seager would be chosen as the World Series' Most Valuable Player.
During the series, Seager hit 6-for-21 and helped the Rangers defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks in five games.
However, nearly every one of his hits had a purpose.This includes the game-tying home run he hit in the first game of the series at Globe Life Field,
which forced extra innings and resulted in a 6-5 victory following Adolis Garcia's walk-off home run.
Throughout the series, Seager hit two more home runs. In addition, he drove in and scored six runs.
He went 2-for-4 with a walk and a run scored in the game's climax.And Seager created history. The MVP of the 2020 World Series became the second player in history to receive this honor twice.
He joined Bob Gibson, Reggie Jackson, and Sandy Koufax. Similar to Jackson,
Seager is the only position player to have won the award twice, and he did so with two different clubs.