7:35 PM EDT, Fri August 22, 2014

Fantasy Update

11 hours ago
Justin Turner blasted a game-winning two-run homer off Tyson Ross in the eighth inning Thursday to push the Dodgers to a 2-1 victory over the Padres.
Sons of Steve Garvey 34 mins ago
Game 130 Thread: Aug. 22 vs. Mets, 7p

Game 130 Thread: Aug. 22 vs. Mets, 7p

Dan Haren (10-10, 4.59) vs. Jonathon Niese (7-8, 3.50). It's Justin Turner Bobblehead Night at Dodger Stadium! Just kidding — but it should be. First, let's relive Turner's bacon-saving two-run home run last night, a blast that prevented the ignominy of losing a series to the woeful Padres. Then let's give thanks to the Mets, since they're visiting us and all, for letting Turner go for basically no good reason. Turner is this year's spark plug, the invaluable bench player who's also proving his worth as a starter. So, thanks, Mets! Let us repay you by beating you. It's the least we can do.
Los Angeles Times 8 hours ago

Justin Turner, the Dodgers' redheaded wonder

He started the season as a non-roster invitee and is now the biggest redhead to hit the Dodgers since Vin Scully.
KFFL 11 hours ago

Dodgers | Justin Turner on a roll

Los Angeles Dodgers 3B Justin Turner is hitting .362 with eight RBIs in his last ...
Rotoworld 18 hours ago

Turner's 2-run blast pushes Dodgers past Pads - Justin Turner (3B) Los Angeles Dodgers

Justin Turner blasted a game-winning two-run homer off Tyson Ross in the eighth inning Thursday to push the Dodgers to a 2-1 victory over the Padres.

Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 2, Padres 1

LOS ANGELES – The bubbles were floating out of the Dodgers’ dugout way before Justin Turner hopped down the steps. When he got there, the party really roared to life, the players bobbing and dancing around Turner. The Dodgers continued to celebrate their home runs in their own unique style, with their in-dugout bubble machine, and this was probably the most rollicking one yet. Turner’s two-run home run in the eighth inning of the team’s 2-1 win over the San Diego Padres Thursday may have been the biggest hit of the Dodgers season thus far.
Los Angeles Times Aug 20, 2014

Carl Crawford, Justin Turner lead Dodgers to 8-6 win over Padres

It can be a miserably long season, six grueling months with precious few days off, playing 162 games without a clock.

Turner, Rojas show off Dodgers' depth

ANAHEIM, Calif -- Before the Los Angeles Dodgers took the field Thursday night, general manager Ned Colletti discussed the value of having depth across the board this time of year. The Dodgers already have one of the deepest and most talented outfields in the majors and their starting pitching staff continues to display a seemingly bottomless supply of talented arms. But just in case anyone might forget, Justin Turner and Miguel Rojas sent a reminder that the Dodgers have a nice set of reserves up the middle as well.

deGrom named NL Rookie of Month

NEW YORK -- Jacob deGrom has been named National League Rookie of the Month for July. DeGrom went 4-1 with a 1.39 ERA for the month. He is the first Mets winner since Justin Turner in May 2011. DeGrom next is scheduled to pitch Thursday opposite Jordan Zimmermann at Nationals Park. More to follow

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