Turner, who left the Dodgers, signed a two-year contract with Boston for 28.6 billion won… “Backup first base prospect”

Justin Turner is heading to Boston.

According to the US local media ‘The Athletic’, on the 19th (Korean time), “Turner has agreed to a two-year, $21.7 million (about 28.6 billion won) contract with the Boston Red Sox.”

Turner, who made his major league debut in 2009, recorded a career batting average of 0.289, 164 homers, 663 RBIs, 652 runs, and an OPS of 0.832. 토토

In particular, after moving the team to the LA Dodgers in 2014, he mainly played as a third baseman and was called ‘Turner Time’ and was loved by many Dodgers fans.

But Boston has third baseman Rafael Devers. Therefore, a change in Turner’s position seems inevitable.

MLB.com also predicted, “Turner will be the designated hitter or Boston Triston Casas’ backup first baseman.”