Justin Turner Named NL Player of the Month for August

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Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Justin Turner has been named as the National League Player of the Month for August. The announcement was made early Tuesday on the MLB Network.

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How Will Dodgers Create Roster Space for Justin Turner?

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In a statement made before Wednesday’s contest against the Brewers, Los Angeles skipper Dave Roberts indicated that the Dodgers were preparing to move third baseman Justin Turner onto the club’s active roster Thursday, conceivably unleashing one of the most potent offenses in the National League.

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Burst of Offense Rekindles Sense of Hope

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The Dodgers waited all season for their captain to return, and it cannot be understated how much this lineup missed his presence. While they didn’t win the first two games of the series, they exploded for seven runs in Thursday’s game, five of the runs driven in by none other than Justin Turner.

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Reinforcements Arrive, But Dodgers Are Still Stumbling

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Allow me to start off by saying that Justin Turner has only been back for one game, and fans should be under no impression that the Dodgers will turn things around right away. However,  Turner’s first game back brought little to no hope to a team stuck in a losing streak.

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Dodgers Activate Justin Turner, Logan Forsythe

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The Dodgers on Tuesday afternoon reinstated infielders Justin Turner and Logan Forsythe from the 10-day disabled list and optioned infielder/catcher Kyle Farmer and outfielder Tim Locastro back to Triple-A Oklahoma City.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Turner, Puig, Hill, Forsythe & More

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As it’s difficult to actually put into words how much injuries have had an impact on the Dodgers‘ performance so far this year, the good news is that there may be a few players who are close to returning to action.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Hill, Turner, Forsythe, Koehler & More

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While there hasn’t been an overwhelming number of injuries so far this season, there have been enough to create a hindrance in some of the key areas of the Dodgers roster, perhaps even having an effect on the club’s overall performance.

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Dodgers 25-Man Roster: The Inevitable Third Base Conversation

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Aside from the unfortunate injury to righty swing man Tom Koehler and the ongoing roster battle in left field, there haven’t been an overwhelming number of developments to report regarding the Dodgers’ 2018 spring camp.

That is, until the troubling news about Justin Turner‘s left wrist developed on Monday evening.

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Dodgers Roster: Justin Turner, Logan Forsythe Poised to Anchor 2018 Infield

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So far this spring, we here at Think Blue Planning Committee have kept close tabs on all the usual suspects and intriguing story lines—Matt Kemp and the outfield, the state of the pitching rotation, and who could be this season’s big surprise. This, of course, is with good reason as fans of the Dodgers are excited to see how all these scenarios play out.

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To Sign or Not to Sign Chase Utley

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Chase Utley is enjoying quite an offseason.

He’s hanging out at Disneyland, having a day with the singer from OneRepublic and their families. He’s in Dubai, talking about robot umpires. He’s on social media, celebrating the Hall of Fame induction of his buddy, Jim Thome. He’s out golfing at Justin Turner’s charity golf tournament (and outgolfing Turner, according to the host). He’s going viral, making Eagles hype videos with the cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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