Justin Turner, Red Sox reportedly agree on 2-year deal

Justin turner, red sox reportedly agree on 2-year deal

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JP Morosi breaks down the Red Sox reported deal with Justin Turner, as he is set to join a few 2020 Dodgers championship teammates in Boston.

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