Dodgers' Justin Turner breaks his left wrist on a HBP

Dodgers' Justin Turner breaks his left wrist on a HBP

Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner is expected to miss "weeks" after suffering a small non-displaced fracture on his left wrist after he was hit by a pitch from Oakland A's starting pitcher Kendall Graveman on Monday night.

Replying to Andrew's tweet, Turner said he'll "be back in no time", and offered Declan a couple of tickets for his first game back with the Dodgers. While it seems pretty likely that he was just messing around during practice on Tuesday, Jansen did say in an interview with ESPN's Marly Rivera previous year that he played several positions in the field as a youth, including third base. Turner says he'll visit the doctor again Tuesday to hopefully learn more. This is not what the Dodgers were hoping for with Opening Day approaching, as their star third baseman will likely begin the season on the disabled list. "We do feel good about our internal options".

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They also could try and use either Chris Tayler, who filled in at shortstop for Corey Seager against the Cubs during the NLCS last October or even move backup catcher Austin Barnes to 2nd, who's played some games there last season. In that series, which the Dodgers won in five games, Turner hit.333 with two home runs and seven runs batted in. He stepped into the national spotlight in the postseason previous year with his long hair and giant red beard, earning NLCS MVP honors after hitting.333 with a pair of home runs and seven RBI against the Chicago Cubs.

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