Kyle Seager will miss 10-12 weeks after a successful hand surgery. Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
According to CBS Sports:
Initially it seemed like Seager might just miss April, but now he could miss all of May and some of June. The initially 8-10 week estimate was apparently an estimate for how long it would be until Seager could start swinging a bat, so he will obviously need more time to get up to speed, likely requiring a rehab assignment. Ryon Healy is expected to open the year at third base in his stead.