Dodgers' Justin Turner: Two-run homer highlights perfect night

Turner was a perfect 4-for-4 with a home run, four runs and two runs scored Monday night against the Mets.

Much of his damage was done on a two-run homer off Mets starter Zack Wheeler in the second inning of the contest. Turner continues to be one of the top third basemen in all of baseball, as this marks the second game in a row in which he's homered, while his batting average and OPS are now up to .399 and 1.027, respectively. His .434 BABIP is highly unsustainable, but Turner's spot in the heart of the Dodgers' batting order will keep him relevant in all formats even when he comes back to earth a bit.

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