Trea Turner Has Agreed To An 11-Year Deal With The Philadelphia Phillies

The Phillies and shortstop Trea Turner have agreed on a contract, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN. Turner will make $300MM over 11 years with a full no-trade clause, according to Kiley McDaniel of ESPN.

Since 2019, Turner has slashed .311/.361/.509, averaging 26 home runs and 35 stolen bases.

Turner has a career slash line of .302/.355/.842 over 8 seasons. After playing his first six and a half seasons with the Washington Nationals, the shortstop was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in a blockbuster deal involving Max Scherzer prior to the 2022 Major League Baseball trade deadline.

Turner's departure from the Dodgers creates an opening at shortstop for the club. The Dodgers could turn the position over to Gavin Lux, or pursue a replacement.

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