MLB The Show 18 Player Ratings: Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen Earn Top Overalls At Respective Positions
Los Angeles Dodgers teammates Kenley Jansen and Clayton Kershaw celebrate during the 2017 NLDS
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Since his MLB debut in 2015, Corey Seager has firmly established himself as one of the best shortstops in all of baseball.

Last season, he led the Dodgers in FanGraphs’ WAR (5.7) behind a .295/.375/479 in 613 trips to the plate. What’s more, Seager slugged 22 home runs and proved key at the top of the lineup while grading out as an above-average defender.

Seager was one of three players to earn an 85 rating, along with Francisco Lindor and Carlos Correa. Placing first is Baltimore Orioles star Manny Machado (86), who returned to his natural position after spending the first six seasons of his career at third base.

The bottom of the list includes Trea Turner and Andrelton Simmons, who rank No. 5 and 6 with an 82 overall rating. Didi Gregorius and Xander Bogaerts check in with an 81 mark, while Elvis Andrus (89) and Jose Reyes (79) complete the backend of the rankings.

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