Dodgers News: The Wild Saga of Justin Turner’s COVID Case Comes to a Close

Justin Turner will not be punished by Major League Baseball for joining his teammates on the field to take pictures after testing positive for COVID-19. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and Justin Turner issued statements Friday after it was announced that the league had completed its investigation into the matter and would not be disciplining the 2020 World Series champion third basemen.

We break down MLB’s handling of the incident, Justin Turner’s apology, and how Turner’s teammates stepped up to defend him following a smear campaign by the national media. Plus, how Justin Turner may have saved the Dodgers’ season.



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    1. Hey crybaby if the Astros don’t get punished then neither does Turner deal with it snowflake

  1. Justin is the epitome of a Dodger. He won what he worked for his entire career! He wanted to celebrate with his teammates. He was there for batting practice and up to the eighth inning. It made no sense not to be allowed on the field. He is a good ambassador for the Dodgers and they need to resign him. After he retires a position within the organization is a must!

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