Justin Turner Re-Signs With Dodgers! Reactions & Previewing LA’s Lethal Lineup!
Justin Turner is here to stay! The World Series champ signed a two-year deal for $34 million with a $14 million club option for 2023 and an $8 million signing bonus. We react to Turner’s new deal with LA and discuss the importance of re-signing the Dodgers clubhouse leader.
Next, we take a look at possible lineups for the upcoming season and see how the LA lineup could look with JT at first base. Plus, could the 2021 go down as the best offense in franchise history?
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Small correction, I think you mean JT has agreed to a contract, not signed. He announced the agreement but the club has remained silent. They cannot sign him until they have an opening on the roster. My guess is they are still in trade talks to shed some payroll( Price, Kelly) and create an opening. I also see 2 spots opening when spring training begins which could be for Morrow, Nelson or any of the other pitchers they brought in on minor league contracts.
About time He is the face of the Dodgers and will become part of the organization after he retires! If NL goes to the DH he will be able to play and contribute in many games! Go Blue!