Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner is expected to miss "weeks" after suffering a small non-displaced fracture on his left wrist after he was hit by a pitch from Oakland A's starting pitcher Kendall Graveman on Monday night.
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As a result Turner earned the first All-Star Game appearance of his career, and he was also named the Most Valuable Player of the National League Championship Series. In his most recent outing prior to Monday, Turner went 1-for-2 with a single in the Dodgers' game against the Chicago White Sox on Saturday.
"It's part of the game". The boy says Turner got hurt, so he wants to "kiss his boo boo".
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The injury will have been even more disappointing for Turner, having enjoyed his most successful season previous year which saw him get his first All-Star Game selection, having hit a career-high.322 with 21 home runs. They could also shift second baseman Logan Forsythe to third and shift center fielder Chris Taylor, also a converted infielder, to second base.
"I was hoping obviously the X-rays would be negative, but there's a small non-displaced fracture", said Turner, who led the Dodgers previous year by getting plunked 19 times. A trainer came and assessed the wrist as Turner fell to his knees, before being replaced by Donovan Solano. That would leave Hernandez, Utley and Austin Barnes, normally a catcher, as the primary candidates to play second.
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