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The Texas Rangers paraded through Dallas yesterday after beating the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2023 World Series.
Rangers shortstop Corey Seager, a man of few words, absolutely dominated in the postseason this year, batting .318 with a 1.133 OPS, with six home runs and 12 RBI. In the World Series, he hit .286 with three home runs and 6 RBI. There was a lot of them, but no hit was bigger than his game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 1 of the World Series.
At the parade, Seager grabbed the microphone and taunted the Houston Astros and more specifically third baseman Alex Bregman.
“Everybody was wondering what would happen if the Rangers didn’t win the World Series. I guess we’ll never know…”
The Astros won the AL West after the Rangers lost 3 of 4 in Seattle on the final weekend of the 2023 MLB regular season. Seager’s quote was mocking Bregman, who delivered those same words after Houston was crowned AL West Champions.
Shoutout Corey Seager. I respect any player that hates the Houston Astros as much as I do.
Seager dropped the mic which had to feel amazing given Bregman’s comments and the fact that the Astros basically stole a World Series title from the Los Angles Dodgers back in 2017.
What makes it even more funny is the fact that the Houston Astros winning the AL West and securing home field advantage was probably the worst thing that could have happened to them in the postseason. Throughout the entire regular season, they couldn’t win at home, posting a miserable 39-42 record and during the ALCS against Seager and the Rangers, they lost all four games in Houston.
Of course, it pains me to watch anyone outside the Philadelphia Phillies parading in their home city after being crowned World Series Champions but as we’re well aware here in Philadelphia, time will certainly heal most wounds and we’ll be back at Spring Training before we know it.