Newark Star-Ledger "Former Mets utilityman Justin Turner and the Dodgers have agreed to a minor league deal with an invite to spring training, the Los Angeles club announced Wednesday. The Mets non-tendered Turner, a Southern California native, in December after spending three seasons with the club despite a..." February 06
New York Daily News "Justin Turner is headed into his first arbitration year which is sometimes when decent players are non-tendered. But a Mets source said that the team projects Turner to make less than $1 million next year which it does not see as an overpay for Turner’s production. While there is no guarantee..." October 02
New York Post "Justin Turner was down but not out. The Mets infielder survived a collision with left fielder Andrew Brown in the first inning of Friday night’s nightcap of a doubleheader but with his shoulder and leg barking was eventually removed for defensive purposes during the Mets’ 2-1 loss to the..." July 27
Roster Move: Prior to tonight's game, the #Mets will reinstate Justin Turner from the DL. A corresponding move will be made later today.
New York Post "After a spring filled with injuries and setbacks, the Mets managed to get a bit of positive news yesterday. Justin Turner ran the bases without a problem at the team’s voluntary workout at Citi Field, and was able to avoid opening the season on the disabled list. “I think he’s going to be..." April 01
Hardball Talk "David Wright‘s status for the start of the season is in doubt due to an intercostal strain and now his likely replacement at third base is hurting. Justin Turner left the fourth inning of this afternoon’s Grapefruit League game due to a sprained right ankle. He suffered the injury when he got..." March 16
MetsBlog.com "The Mets are expected to shop Justin Turner this spring, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. Rubin says the Mets are looking to create more roster flexibility for their non-roster relief pitchers in camp, and could look to give both Brandon Hicks and Omar Quintanilla an opportunity to..." February 18