But before the game, Seager said he tested the knee running the bases, sliding and breaking back on a pickoff.
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"Everything was fine," he said. "I rounded first, stopped like I did when it buckled the last time, did other little things, no problems so far. No pain, that was nice."
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As can be the case against Minor Leaguers, Seager also saw a fastball coming at his head, but he bailed out in time.
"You don't want to get thrown at the head, but I guess I can check off the box for getting out of the way and not get hit in the head," he said.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.