The Dodgers' top prospect has caught fire at the plate. Shortstop Corey Seager, MLBPipeline.com's No. 6 overall prospect, went a perfect 6-for-6 for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday afternoon.
Seager, 21, hit his third homer and added a pair of doubles as he drove in six runs in the Dodgers' 14-11 win over the Salt Lake Bees. Seager's feat -- at least six hits with two doubles, a home run and six RBIs -- has never been accomplished in a Major League game.
The performance was just the latest accomplishment in Seager's recent stretch of dominance. On Monday, he hit two homers. Seager picked up four hits Tuesday.
"It's always nice to succeed and you always feel more confident about everything," Seager told MiLB.com after the game. "But I just try to ride the highs and keep it going."
Over his past four games, Seager is 13-for-18 with three homers, four doubles, 10 RBIs, six runs scored and a walk. He is the younger brother of Mariners star Kyle Seager.
Seager hit .375/.407/.675 in 20 games for Double-A Tulsa before earning a promotion to Triple-A, where he's hitting .324 in 25 games.
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