Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 7 Days

Turner is having a strong spring, batting .375/.400/.542 in 24 at-bats. He's still in line to be a super utility player again in 2015.

Turner won't hit .340 again this year, but he should be able to find his way to another 250 or so at-bats, making him a worthy reserve pick in NL-only formats.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 2 Months

Turner agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.

The Dodgers got well more than their $1 million worth from Turner last season. Not only did he help out at all four infield positions, Turner also had a career year at the plate, slashing .340/.404/.493 with seven homers and 43 RBI in 109 games (322 plate appearances). Sure, his BABIP was abnormally high (.404), and he doesn't have a clear role heading into spring training, but those in deeper NL-only leagues shouldn't write the 30-year-old off completely.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 6 Months

Turner hit his sixth and seventh home runs of the year in a fine performance Tuesday against the Giants, while going 2-for-4 at the plate with two RBI and two runs scored.

The super-utility infielder has been a spark plug all year for the Dodgers, albeit in a part-time role. He now has a fantastic .333/.397/.482 slash line in 282 at-bats this year.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 6 Months

Turner went 3-for-4 with two RBI against the Rockies on Tuesday night.

It was a pretty solid hitting night for Turner as he doubled twice, pushing his batting average up to .335 on the year. Turner may not see a ton of at-bats over the last couple of weeks of the season, but when he's active he's been outstanding. Since August 1, Turner has raised his batting average from .301 to his current .335.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 7 Months

Turner's playing time could dwindle following Juan Uribe's activation from the DL on Sunday.

Turner has been better replacement option than the Dodgers could have hoped, as the 29-year-old is carrying a .325/.394/.449 batting line over 243 at-bats this season. His better-than-expected offense could allow him to work his way into a timeshare with Uribe, but because he won't be guaranteed a steady diet of starts, Turner's counting stats could suffer.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 7 Months

Turner went 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI in Tuesday's win over the Diamondbacks.

Signing Turner to a minor league deal in the offseason looks to be one of the savvier recent moves by a Dodgers front office that often just throws gobs of money at its problems. With both Juan Uribe and Hanley Ramirez dealing with injuries at various points this season, Turner has excelled as a plug-and-play utility infielder, slashing .316/.387/.442 with four homers and five stolen bases over 231 at-bats.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 7 Months

Turner went 2-for-3 with one run scored and one stolen base against the Mets on Friday night, although he did also manage to get picked off base and caught stealing in the game.

The Dodgers utility infielder continues to be an outstanding asset this season, providing depth at second base, third base and shortstop. What's nice to see though is Turner's slash line of .318/.391/.448 and that he's really making the most of his at-bats.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 7 Months

Turner went 2-for-3 with a go-ahead home run Thursday in the Dodgers' 2-1 win over San Diego.

Turner is batting a surprising .314/.386/.441 on the year. With both Hanley Ramirez (oblique) and Juan Uribe (hamstring) due back shortly, Turner will return to a super-utility role.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 8 Months

Turner was 1-for-2 after entering the game as a pinch hitter, but when forced to take over at shortstop for the injured Hanley Ramirez, he committed a pair of errors and failed to come up with a ball ruled a hit in a meltdown, four-run, seventh inning.

He has been a tremendous asset to the Dodgers with his versatility, and has hit enough to be of some help in very deep or NL-only leagues. He plays all over the infield, but he is best suited to playing second and third.

Justin Turner 2B/SS.. LAD 8 Months

Turner was 2-for-3 with a double, HBP, and stolen base Sunday against the Cubs and is now batting .310/.374/.435.