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Justin Turner has become the Dodgers' primary third baseman
Justin Turner has become the Dodgers' primary third baseman

Don Mattingly likes to say Justin Turner is not someone who can play six or seven games a week. He’s been saying it for two years now. Like there’s something physical about Turner, 30, that would prevent him from being an everyday player. Something like? “His knees,” Mattingly said. Turner, however, has never been on the disabled list with a knee problem and said his knees are just fine. Maybe they just wouldn’t be if he played every day? Maybe Mattingly is trying to be diplomatic while juggling three players – Turner, Alex Guerrero and Juan Uribe – at third. Still, Turner is the player getting most of the time at the hot corner. He’s...

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