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May 3, 2024 2 1 0 0
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Apr 30, 2024 2 1 0 0
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Trea Turner was playing in the first year of a new huge deal in a new city, so history tells us there would be some bumps in the road for the talented superstar. However, even his harshest critic would not have predicted Turner having a .235/.290/.368 line as last as Aug. 3 and hitting in the eighth spot of the lineup. Philly fans, as they are well-known for, cheered him into a hot streak? Turner got hot in a well-timed series against the lowly Royals in early August and hit .337/.389/.668 the rest of the season with 16 homers, 42 runs and 42 RBIs helping push his final numbers close to what he did in 2022. The batting average hole he dug for himself was too much to climb out of, and the lineup demotion cut into his RBIs, but the homers were up while the steals and runs held true. One would have to hope the worst of things is behind Turner and 2024 could be a MVP-type seasons for him if he can play at his late pace. That elusive 30-30 season should happen in 2024.

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2024 1153.5 27 2 9 9 10 .343
2023 5073.3 102 26 76 45 30 .266
2022 538.53.4 101 21 100 45 27 .298
3y Avg. 5333.5 103 25 84 44 30 .296
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Hits on field, runs at 80 percent

    Turner (hamstring) hit on the field and ran at 80 percent effort level Tuesday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Turner has ramped up his workouts over the last week and has not reported any soreness in his left hamstring. The Phillies have been encouraged by Turner's progress, but they insist he won't be rushed and have not offered an amendment of the shortstop's initial six-week timetable. However, Friday will be just the three-week mark of the injury, so it sure seems as though Turner is ahead of schedule.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Goes through another workout

    Turner (hamstring) went through a workout at Citizens Bank Park for the second straight day Thursday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Turner went through agility drills and took grounders on the field and also hit in the indoor batting cage. While the Phillies are not ready to say the shortstop is progressing from his left hamstring strain ahead of schedule, it sure seems like he might be. Turner is less than two weeks into a projected six-week recovery timetable.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Goes through agility drills

    Turner (hamstring) went through agility drills and fielded grounders at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Turner is less than two weeks removed from suffering a left hamstring strain, so it would seem to be a positive development that he's already working out on the field. Phillies manager Rob Thomson insisted Wednesday that "there is no timeline" for Turner's return, but it's possible the shortstop has a shot to beat the initial six-week recovery timetable he was projected for upon being placed on the 10-day injured list May 4.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Out at least six weeks

    Turner (hamstring) said Saturday that he expects to miss at least six weeks with his left hamstring strain and that a return sooner than that "would be a win," Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Turner strained his left hamstring Friday against the Cubs, and he was placed on the 10-day injured list a day later. It's a big blow for the Phillies, as Turner has been one of their most productive players at the plate this season with an .852 OPS, second on the team behind Alec Bohm. Six weeks would take Turner to a potential return in mid-June, though the star shortstop could be out until July depending on how he progresses in his rehab. Philadelphia appears set to turn to Edmundo Sosa as the primary shortstop with Turner on the shelf, and Bryson Stott could perhaps shift over from second base on occasion, though Stott hasn't made an appearance at shortstop since 2022.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Headed to IL

    The Phillies placed Turner on the 10-day injured list Saturday due to a left hamstring strain. Turner left before the fifth inning of Friday's game against the Cubs after straining his left hamstring running bases in the fourth frame. The 30-year-old shortstop was off to a hot start this season, slashing .343/.392/.460 with 10 doubles, 10 stolen bases, two home runs and nine RBI over 148 plate appearances. Edmundo Sosa is slated to take over as the primary shortstop while Turner recovers from his injury. The Phillies recalled infielder Kody Clemens from Triple-A Lehigh Valley in a corresponding move.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Removed with sore hamstring

    Turner was removed from Friday's game against the Giants due to left hamstring soreness, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Turner stole second base and then scored from second on a passed ball during the fourth inning, but he was replaced on defense by Edmundo Sosa before the fifth frame. It remains unknown how severe Turner's injury is, but the Phillies should offer an update on his status in the near future.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Continues hot streak

    Turner went 3-for-5 with a solo home run and an additional run scored during Wednesday's 7-6 win over Colorado. Turner went back-to-back with Kyle Schwarber in the first inning for solo home runs off Ryan Feltner, marking the shortstop's second long ball of 2024. He's been on a tear during the Phillies' last two series, going 12-for-29 (.413) at the plate with six extra-base hits and seven runs scored over seven games.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: First homer of 2024

    Turner went 3-for-4 with a solo home run with an additional RBI during Sunday's 9-2 loss to Pittsburgh. Turner was the lone source of offense for the Phillies, notching a solo homer off Mitch Keller in the third inning and then driving in Johan Rojas on a fifth-inning single. Turner is slashing .302/.371/.397 with four stolen bases across 16 games played.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Reaches base three times in loss

    Turner went 2-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in Tuesday's loss to the Cardinals. Turner was one of three players in the lineup to have two hits but was the only one who was active on the basepaths, picking up his fourth steal of the season. He's now had multiple hits in three of his last four games but has totaled just two extra-base hits so far.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Two hits, stolen base in win

    Turner went 2-for-4 with a double, a stolen base and a run scored in Saturday's win over Washington. Turner doubled in his first at-bat before coming around to score on a J.T. Realmuto home run two batters later. The star shortstop then added an infield single and swiped a bag in the eighth, giving him three steals on the season. Turner has now hit safely in seven of nine games to open the 2024 campaign but is still looking for his first home run.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: One run in loss

    Turner went 2-for-4 with an RBI, a run scored and a steal in Monday's 6-3 loss against Cincinnati. The 31-year-old has gone 4-for-15 with two runs and two stolen bases in his first four games to begin the new campaign. The All-Star speedster has batted out of the two-hole every game to begin the year, and given Philadelphia's high-powered offense, he has a good chance for another 100-run season.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Steals two bags in win

    Turner went 2-for-3 with one walk and two stolen bases in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Marlins in Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series. Turner entered the contest with 30 stolen bases across 155 games in the regular season and Tuesday marked his sixth multi-steal game since the start of the campaign. Turner is now a career 8-for-8 on stolen-base attempts during the postseason while mustering a .245/.289/.346 slash line with three home runs, eight RBI and 23 runs across 44 playoff contests.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Back in lineup for Game 1

    Turner (elbow) is back in the lineup for Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series on Tuesday versus the Marlins. Turner will start at shortstop and bat second against the Marlins and left-hander Jesus Luzardo. He sat out of Sunday's regular-season finale after taking a pitch off his left elbow Saturday, but there was never much concern about his readiness for Philly's best-of-three series versus Miami.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Will sit Sunday

    Turner (elbow) will be held out of Sunday's regular-season finale against the Mets, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Manager Rob Thomson stated after the second half of Saturday's twin bill that Turner is fine, but he'll miss Sunday's matchup. He'll presumably be good to go for the NL Wild Card Series, though confirmation on his availability likely won't come until early next week.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Pulled after HBP

    Turner was removed from Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets due to a left elbow contusion, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Turner was drilled by a pitch in the top of the seventh inning, though he was initially able to remain in the contest to run the bases. The early diagnosis brings good news, but the Phillies will undoubtedly keep a close eye on the star shortstop with the playoffs starting early next week. He'll be considered day-to-day and could be held out of the regular-season finale to help get him as healthy as possible for the postseason.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Resting for afternoon game

    Turner will sit for the first half of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets. The Phillies will be the fourth seed in the National League regardless of what happens over the weekend, so it's unlikely that they ask many of their star players to play twice in one day. Turner owns a 1.002 OPS with 16 homers since the start of August, entering the playoffs on a high note despite a rough start to his time in Philadelphia. Edmundo Sosa will take over at shortstop in his absence.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Steps out of lineup

    Turner is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Pirates. The Phillies punched their ticket to the playoffs with Tuesday's win over the Pirates, so Turner will receive Wednesday off after making 18 straight starts. The 30-year-old delivered an ugly first half but has a .308/.361/.621 slash line since the start of August to improve his season-long OPS to .770
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Stays red hot

    Turner went 3-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and a stolen base in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to Atlanta. The 30-year-old continued his torrid play Tuesday, swiping his 27th base and launching his 26th homer -- a game-tying solo shot in the ninth inning off Atlanta closer Raisel Iglesias. Turner has been a hit machine lately, recording multi-hit efforts in 12 of his last 15 games, including four straight. In 34 games since Aug. 4, the five-tool shortstop has posted a slash line of .388/.430/.820 with an incredible 16 home runs, 10 doubles, one triple, 41 RBI, 34 runs and six steals across 151 plate appearances. Turner's batting average has risen from a paltry .236 to a respectable .272 during that same time frame.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Homers, steals base in return

    Turner went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk, a second run scored and a stolen base in Friday's 3-2 loss to Miami. Turner had missed the past two games on paternity leave, but he celebrated with a homer in his first at-bat back. The $300 million shortstop is slashing .265/.316/.458 with 23 homers, 68 RBI, 88 runs, 30 doubles, five triples and 26 steals in his inaugural season with the Phillies.
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  • Phillies' Trea Turner: Activated from paternity leave

    Turner was activated from the paternity leave list Thursday. Turner will be re-inserted into the lineup ahead of their weekend series at home against the Marlins. The star shortstop comes into action Friday on quite a heater, having homered seven times over his last seven games.
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