Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he expects the shortstop to miss at least four weeks after he fractured the fifth metacarpal, a bone at the base of his pinky finger, when he was hit by a 90-mph pitch in the fifth inning Saturday. Seager emerged from the clubhouse Sunday morning to speak to his agent Scott Boras wearing a splint under a cast. Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager throws to first during the third inning of the Dodgers' win over the Marlins on Saturday.