1B,2B,3B,DH - FA
Third baseman Justin Turner has declined his $13.4 million player option for the 2024 season.
Even with the solid salary at the age of 38, Turner feels he can obtain a better multi-year deal on the open market after another productive season in 2023, his first and only with the Red Sox. Turner hit .276 with 23 home runs and four stolen bases across 146 games while his excellent postseason production should be attractive to a number of contending clubs on the open market.
Justin Turner had a solid performance in Sunday's game against his former team, hitting a home run and driving in a run, bringing his season total to 22.
Despite the loss, Turner's power numbers have been impressive this year, with 27 doubles and 22 home runs in 118 games played. With a .291 batting average and 85 RBI, Turner remains a valuable fantasy asset for his ability to contribute across multiple categories.
Justin Turner collected three hits, driving in two runs and going deep on Saturday against the Dodgers.
Turner hit one of three home runs on the afternoon for Boston in the win over the Dodgers. He is now hitting .290 with 21 long balls on the season.
Red Sox infielder Justin Turner is back in the starting lineup Tuesday versus the Astros.
Turner didn't appear in Monday's series-opening loss but gets back at it against Astros right-hander Justin Verlander on Tuesday. Age hasn't been a factor at all for the veteran as Turner is hitting .288 with 20 home runs, four stolen bases, and an .844 OPS across 112 games for the Red Sox this season.
Justin Turner had a strong performance on Sunday, going 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, and 4 RBI.
This game adds to his solid season stats, where he has a .288 batting average, 79 RBI, and 20 home runs in 112 games played. Turner continues to be a reliable source of production for fantasy owners.