X-Rays on Justin Turner's Right Ankle Negative

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X-Rays on Justin Turner's Right Ankle Negative
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The X-rays on Justin Turner’s right ankle were negative, the Mets announced Sunday morning, a rare positive injury development in what has become a hapless spring. Starting at third base on Sunday against the Marlins, Turner rolled the ankle when he tripped over the lip of the infield grass while throwing to first base in the fourth inning. He was then taken out of the game, but walked off unassisted.

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