Four-year contract, Turner. We’re preparing to break up with the Dodgers.
Will Justin Turner, 37, leave the Los Angeles Dodgers? If you want at least a four-year contract, it is inevitable to break up. The Dodgers have no intention of signing Turner for more than two years.
The LA Times, a Los Angeles local newspaper, said on the 5th (Korean time) that FA infielder Turner wants to sign a four-year contract, but the Dodgers will not give a contract that exceeds two years. There has been no noticeable progress in negotiations between the two sides yet 파워볼사이트
Turner earned FA status after the 2016 season and re-signed with the Dodgers for a four-year total of $64 million. He played 410 games over the past four years, batting .37 with 446 hits, 66 home runs, 213 RBIs and OPS.910. He was one of the leading players in the Dodgers’ World Series championship last year.
However, he was born in 1984 and 37 years old is a burden. Under Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers are seeking a reasonable contract. Since 2014, he has played for the Dodgers and is a leading star and leader of the team, and he is a Turner with a high contribution to the team, but he is calmly evaluating it as a future value.
The Dodgers are also preparing for Turner’s transfer. Plan B is operating for third baseman position. According to the LA Times, the Dodgers are looking to recruit Le Mayhew, a top-class FA DJ, from outside the box. If not, it is expected that the trade market will target Chris Bryant (Chicago Cubs), Eugenio Suarez, Mike Mustakus (Synasties), and Kyle Seager (Seattle).
Turner is showing interest in the Toronto Blue Jays where Ryu Hyun-jin is in, but no clear news has been updated. Not only the Dodgers but also other teams seem to be burdened with a four-year contract with Turner in their late 30s.