It's going to be very different in the Dodgers clubhouse next year with the departures of Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger.
The longest tenured Dodger Clayton Kershaw said in an MLB Network interview that the free agent departures of Bellinger and Turner are “going to be weird” for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Here is what Kershaw said on MLB Network today.
"JT is such a cornerstone of the franchise and has meant so much to me personally, and everything that he has done on and off the field. We're going to miss him. I'm going to miss him. It's going to be so weird to not have him in the clubhouse. I hope he has fun in Boston, just not too much fun."
Turner is expected to mostly play either first base or designated hitter for Boston with Rafael Devers already at third base.
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