Move down in order has helped Corey Seager mentally, if not his batting average

PITTSBURGH — Corey Seager visited his old home Saturday night.

With Justin Turner out of the Dodgers lineup, Seager moved up to third in the batting order. It was only the second time since May 7 that Seager had batted higher than fifth.

Through his first three seasons with the Dodgers, Seager was a fixture at the top of the lineup, usually batting second, occasionally third. But Dodgers manager Dave Roberts dropped him in the lineup hoping it would lessen the pressure on Seager who has...

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