Chrismckradio 12:14 am
According to reports, World champion Los Angeles Dodgers and third baseman Justin Turner agree on a 2-year deal worth $34 million, with a club option for the third year.
Turner, 36, is the third longest tenured player with the Dodgers behind Clayton Kershaw (2008), and Kenley Jansen (2010). Turner has been with the Dodgers since 2014.
Turner's career average so far is .292 batting average, 124 homers, and 495 RBI's.
Turner had reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus during the World Series last season. He was removed from Game 6 the series clincher of the World Series against the Tampa Rays.