Turner went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base in the National's 8-2 win over the Indians on Sunday.
The emergence of Turner has been something special as the former first-round pick has put together back-to-back seasons of appearing in at least 100 games for the first time in his young five-year career. The 26-year-old put together a stellar .291/.348/.467 slashline and was fifth in the league with 35 steals. Turner is one of the best leadoff hitters in the league and will be a crucial piece if the Nationals hope to make some noise in this year's playoffs.
Turner is not starting Wednesday against the Phillies.
Turner gets a rest after the Nationals swept a doubleheader Tuesday, clinching a playoff berth. Wilmer Difo gets the start at shortstop in his absence.
Turner went 2-for-4 with a double and a grand slam Tuesday against the Phillies.
Turner terrorized the Phillies all day, collecting three hits in the team's first game of the doubleheader. He then made a huge impact in Game 2, slugging a grand slam in the sixth inning to record his 18th home run of the season. Though likely aided by the current power environment around the league, Turner has nearly matched his career-best home run mark -- which he set in 2018 -- despite playing in 44 fewer games.
Turner went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Philadelphia in the first game of a doubleheader.
Turner keyed rallies in the first and sixth innings with leadoff hits, coming around to score both times. The 26-year-old has been hot over his last six games, going 11-for-28 (.393 average) with seven runs scored and five extra-base hits. For the season, Turner holds a .297/.355/.489 slash line with 93 runs scored and 34 stolen bases in 499 at-bats.
Turner went 2-for-4 with a solo homer, three runs scored and a walk in Monday's 7-2 win over Philadelphia.
Turner took Zach Eflin deep in the third inning for his 17th long ball of the season. The dynamic shortstop has gone 26-for-91 (.286 average) with 19 runs scored and 10 extra-base hits this month.
Turner went 2-for-4 with two solo home runs in Friday's 6-4 win over the Marlins.
It was Turner's second multi-homer game of the year, with the other coming back in March. The shortstop is doing what he can to get the Nats to the postseason, slashing .289/.333/.474 with three homers, four steals, six RBI and 14 runs in 18 games this month.
Turner went 1-for-4 with a walk, a stolen base and a run Tuesday in the Nationals' 6-2 win over the Cardinals.
Turner has been caught stealing just twice in his last 18 attempts and ranks fifth in the majors with 33 stolen bases on the season, an impressive feat considering he missed six weeks with a broken right index finger. The speedy leadoff man has seen his bat cool off in September -- he's slashing a pedestrian .269/.319/.373 on the month -- but the solid production he offers in the steals and runs categories makes him an easy selection for fantasy lineups as the season winds down.
Turner went 2-for-5 with a double, a stolen base, an RBI and a run Tuesday in the Nationals' 11-10 win over the Mets.
Turner has come up big in the first two games of the series with New York, notching two hits and a stolen base in both contests. He'll remain in the lineup for Wednesday's finale, starting at shortstop and batting leadoff versus Mets right-hander Zack Wheeler.
Turner went 1-for-5 with a run scored Sunday in the Nationals' 9-3 win over the Marlins.
Turner didn't exactly capitalize on back-to-back series against two of baseball's weaker teams in the Orioles and Marlins, going a combined 4-for-22 with three runs, an RBI and a stolen base during the five-game slate. Despite the minor slide, Turner's production has generally been on the upswing since the beginning of August, with the shortstop slashing .319/.386/.474 with eight steals over that stretch. He'll remain in the lineup for Monday's series opener versus the Mets, occupying his usual spot atop the order.
Turner went 2-for-8 with a three-run home run in Saturday's 15-14 loss to the Brewers in 14 innings.
Turner's 12th home run of the season was one of 11 on the night between the two teams. Though the extra innings certainly helped him, Turner also supplied his third multi-hit performance in five games and extended his on-base streak to 24 contests.
Turner went 2-for-5 with a home run and four RBI in Monday's win over the Reds.
His three-run homer in the fourth inning gave the Nats a four-run lead at the time, but it was Turner's seventh-inning RBI single that ended up providing the winning run. The shortstop is now slashing .290/.352/.482 on the year with 11 homers, 25 steals, 33 RBI and 57 runs in 79 games.
Turner went 2-for-2 with a solo home run, two runs and a walk in the Nationals' 5-3 win over the Giants on Tuesday.
The 26-year-old posted a big day from atop the order, reaching base in all four of his plate appearances and cranking his 10th long ball of the season with a fifth-inning solo blast off Conner Menez. The performance boosts his slash line up to .285/.348/.481 across 338 plate appearances.
Turner went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's loss to Atlanta.
The shortstop has hit safely in six straight games and eight of the last nine, slashing .333/.381/.590 over that stretch. On the season. Turner's now hitting .284 with nine homers, 28 RBI, 47 runs and 21 steals in 68 games.
Turner went 4-for-5 with the cycle, including a solo home run, two RBI and two runs in an 11-1 victory against the Rockies on Tuesday.
This was Turner's seventh multi-hit game of July, including his third in his last five contests. Four hits also set a new season high for Turner, who hit his second homer of July. Turner is batting .286 with eight home runs, 25 RBI, 42 runs and 20 steals in 255 at-bats this season.
Turner went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in Sunday's loss to the Phillies.
Turner tied the ballgame in the seventh inning with an RBI single to right field, but it was the Phillies who would come away with a victory in the series finale. He's now collected a base knock in five of his last six matchups, and he's slashing .280/.336/.471 with seven homers and 22 RBI over 53 contests this year.
Turner went 3-for-7 with a solo home run in Friday's extra-innings loss to the Royals.
He led off the bottom of the first inning with his seventh homer of the year, but Turner's efforts at the top of the order didn't generate any more offense the rest of the night. The shortstop is heating up heading into the All-Star break, slashing .306/.368/.452 with two home runs, five steals, six RBI and 11 runs over his last 14 games.
Turner finished 2-for-4 with a double, two stolen bases and two runs scored during Thursday's 8-5 win over the Marlins.
Turner stole a base and scored on two occasions, and although he was caught stealing third after doubling in the seventh inning, he still had a significant impact on the game for the Nats. He has now recorded a multi-hit game in four of the last five while scoring eight runs, driving in four and stealing four bases.
Turner went 2-for-3 with two walks, a stolen base and two runs Wednesday against the Marlins.
Turner didn't collect an extra-base hit but failed to reach base only once Wednesday. He also nabbed his 14th base of the season, tying him for 10th in the league despite missing a month and a half earlier in the campaign. With the strong performance, Turner brought his line up to .287/.350/.503 across 183 plate appearances for the season.
Turner went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Marlins.
His fourth-inning blast off Trevor Richards capped the scoring on the night for the Nats, putting the game well out of reach with Max Scherzer in Cy Young form for Washington. Turner's now slashing .280/.337/.500 through 39 games with six homers, 13 steals, 19 RBI and 28 runs.
Turner went 2-for-5 with an RBI in Sunday's loss to Atlanta.
The shortstop is now slashing .280/.352/.524 through 20 games in June with three homers, five steals, nine RBI and 17 runs scored. Turner is healthy again, and his five-category profile points toward a big second half for the 25-year-old at the top of a resurgent Nats offense.
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