Free agent third base player Justin Turner posted on Twitter on Saturday to return to World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers.
His Twitter message read, “Lettts gooo run it @Dodgers fans!”
The Dodgers have not yet confirmed the signing.
According to several reports, Turner’s contract with Dodgers lasts two years, $ 34 million.
Turner’s contract includes a club option for the third year, which could increase the value to 48 million dollars in three years. He will receive an $ 8 million signing bonus and can earn up to an additional $ 4 million performance bonus.
Turner, who has been with the Dodgers since 2014, knocked down the .307 / .400 / .460 with the Dodgers last season and helped them reach their first World Series title since 1988. However, he showed questionable judgment in the celebration that followed, appearance in the field after a positive COVID-19 test during the 6th game.
Returning to the club with the tournament, the Dodgers will have the entire starting lineup intact from last season. They too added ruling NL Cy Young award winner Trevor Bauer on a three-year contract worth $ 102 million earlier this month.
Turner (36) was the biggest free agent, according to the USA TODAY Sports rankings.