This amazing Corey Seager autographed Los Angeles Dodgers full size batting helmet is authenticated with an MLB hologram.
The Dodgers' Opening Day starting shortstop in 2016, Seager became the youngest for the Dodgers since Gene Mauch in 1944. On June 3, Seager hit three home runs in a game against the Atlanta Braves. He was the first Dodgers shortstop to do so since Kevin Elster in 2000, the youngest shortstop in major league history to accomplish that feat and the sixth youngest overall. Seager was named the National League Rookie of the Month for June and was selected to play to the National League All-Star team. He also participated in the Home Run Derby and hit 15 homers, the second best total for a Dodgers player in the derby history, though he failed to advance past the first round.
On August 6, 2016, Seager hit his 31st double of the season, passing Eric Karros to set a new Dodgers rookie record and two days later, he hit his 20th home run of the season, passing Hanley Ramirez for sole possession of the Los Angeles Dodgers record for home runs in a season by a shortstop. He hit his 22nd homer on August 22, tying Glenn Wright for the franchise record. On August 27, he passed Wright to take sole possession of the record, with a first inning homer off of Jason Hammel of the Chicago Cubs. He and his brother, Kyle Seager, became the first pair of brothers in major league history to each hit 25 or more homers in the same season. With two hits on September 17, Seager moved past Steve Sax (1982) for the most hits in a season by a Los Angeles Dodgers rookie. On September 20, he became the first Dodgers rookie to hit 40 doubles in a season. He finished his rookie season with a .308 batting average, 26 home runs and 72 RBI in 157 games. Baseball America selected him as their 2016 Rookie of the Year as did The Sporting News, and the Players Choice Awards.
Seager homered in the first inning of game one of the 2016 National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals, becoming the youngest Dodgers player in history to hit a post-season home run. He hit .130 with two home runs in the division series and .286 with no homers in the Championship Series.
After the season, he was awarded with the Silver Slugger Award, the third Dodgers rookie to win the award. He was also the unanimous winner of the National League Rookie of the Year Award, and the 2016 Esurance MLB/This Year in Baseball Award winner as Best Rookie.