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Turner's New Contract Details Revealed
Tuesday, Dec. 13
A source has confirmed to ESPN's Jim Bowden that Turner has agreed to a four-year, $64 million contract to remain with the Dodgers.
Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports first reported the terms of the new deal.
Cardinals Reportedly Interested in Turner
Tuesday, Nov. 29
Jon Morosi of MLB Network reported that the St. Louis Cardinals are exploring pursuing Turner but noted that the club likely would have to trade Jhonny Peralta to make the move.
Giants Reportedly Express Preliminary Interest in Turner
Tuesday, Nov. 8
The Giants opted for a platoon at third base throughout the 2016 season, but the stats weren't particularly encouraging.
San Francisco third basemen ranked 18th in Major League Baseball with a cumulative batting average of .266. In that same vein, their .320 on-base percentage graded out 22nd overall among all teams. Hot-corner patrolmen for the Giants also combined to hit 12 home runs and tally 61 RBI.
Turner Has Posted Consecutive Strong Seasons for Dodgers
Over the course of 151 games, Turner posted a slash line of .275/.339/.493 with a career-best 27 home runs and 90 RBI. Those numbers came on the heels of a .340 batting average in 2014 and a .294 average with a .370 on-base percentage a year ago.
Stats via ESPN.com unless otherwise noted.