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  • -Thank you so much for being on the show.

  • -Hey, how's it going? -Oh, I'm great, buddy.

  • Congratulations. -Thank you for having me.

  • Thank you, thank you. -Not only did you win

  • the World Series, but also you were MVP.

  • That's -- that's amazing.

  • -Yeah. Yeah. -Wow.

  • -I don't even know what to say. It was awesome, it really was.

  • What we did this year, how we did it,

  • you know, making it through, getting down early in the CS

  • and then finally being able to pull out the last win,

  • the last out, and to be able to celebrate with L.A., man,

  • it's special.

  • -Is it like slow motion, that last out?

  • Or is it fast? -No, it's very fast.

  • Very fast. -Really?

  • -That last inning, you know, the nerves start coming.

  • You try to calm yourself down.

  • You never know what's going to happen.

  • Yeah, we know more than anybody that you got to get 27 outs,

  • so we were all locked in still until the end.

  • -Long time coming for the Dodgers too.

  • It was over 30 years.

  • -Yeah, it was a long time overdue.

  • You know, we had our shots a couple years ago

  • and couldn't finish it, but, you know, we did it

  • this year and we're really excited about it.

  • -I always loved -- I lived in L.A. for a few years

  • when I was doing stand-up, and I remember I went

  • to a couple Dodger games.

  • I love it. I know --

  • I love the Dodger Dogs, obviously.

  • But I got -- Tommy Lasorda pointed at me

  • and winked at a game.

  • -Yeah, he's unbelievable, isn't it? It's crazy.

  • -It's the best moment of my --

  • It was like, one of the best ones ever, it was great.

  • -Speaking of that, you know, I have got to throw out

  • a little fan here.

  • I really enjoyed "Taxi" as a kid.

  • You know, I love that movie.

  • Especially when you had to start singing

  • to be able to drive, you know.

  • I need a little -- ♪ This will be

  • -Oh, my gosh. -I loved it.

  • -♪ This will be ♪ -It killed me, man.

  • It killed me. -Oh, you're the best.

  • I love you for bringing that up. That's awesome, buddy.

  • -Yeah, that was awesome. -I heard that --

  • I heard that when you were a kid, you were a Yankee fan.

  • Is that true? -I was. I was.

  • Both of my parents are from New York.

  • -Who was your guy? Who was your player?

  • Who did you look up to? -Jeter for sure, you know.

  • It's hard not to, you know. How can you is not?

  • What an unbelievable career, what an unbelievable person.

  • You know -- -He's the best.

  • -He's the man. -Dude, we hung out --

  • -Special. -We hung out back in the day.

  • Like, when he was -- when he was just super-- just rising.

  • We had some great stories I'll tell you

  • when the cameras are off.

  • -Awesome. Hey, I missed my chance too.

  • My brother was there, his last All-Star Game,

  • and I got to stay, I was in the Futures Game.

  • And he walked out. My dad stuck out his hand,

  • shook his hand, congratulated him and everything,

  • and I just stood there. Couldn't get a word out.

  • You know, completely -- -Just -- just like --

  • -Moment completely passed me by.

  • -Oh, that's even better though. It's a better story.

  • -Bit of a shocker and just watched him.

  • And he walked away. -Yeah.

  • -Yeah, you know, it was unbelievable.

  • -It's honestly, it's a better story that way.

  • Because yeah, I like that.

  • You're in the history books, pal.

  • I mean, this season was unlike

  • any other in baseball history, obviously.

  • But spring training canceled. The entire season shortened.

  • Then there was no fans.

  • What does that feel like when you're playing

  • and there's no fans?

  • Does it feel like a practice game or something?

  • -It was really weird. It was hard to get used to,

  • you know. Summer camp helped a little bit.

  • You know, you are kind of playing each other.

  • You know, sort of similar like that.

  • But without that crowd noise in summer camp, it was tough,

  • you know, to get through, and then the cardboard cutouts

  • actually helped way more than you'd think.

  • -Is that right? -It was crazy how it just

  • broke up the monotony of the stadium.

  • Yeah, it was crazy. I --

  • When they first started bringing them in,

  • you're like, "Ah," you know, "I don't really know," but --

  • -Yeah. -Once you got into the game,

  • got into focus, you know, the background changed

  • and it took away the monotony of the stadium.

  • It was actually pretty cool.

  • -That -- that's such an interesting thing.

  • I didn't even think about that.

  • Of course, yeah, you'd just be like, "It's empty.

  • What are we doing?" And then -- -It's empty.

  • -Wow.

  • -It's really empty without those.

  • -Well, I got to just thank you as a --

  • as a sports fan.

  • But also, like, you gave us something to root for

  • and to watch, and we really needed you.

  • And you showed up. I think it's so cool.

  • And I also want to say congratulations because

  • I heard that you are going to get married pretty soon,

  • is that correct? -I am. I am.

  • This offseason.

  • I'm going to get the second ring now.

  • -Yeah!

  • What a year for you, pal! -All right.

  • -Congrats on everything. -I know.

  • -Thank you so much for coming on.

  • I appreciate it.

  • World Series champion Corey Seager, everybody.

-Thank you so much for being on the show.

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Corey Seager on Winning MVP at the World Series

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/30
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