2. Justin Turner
Justin Turner has a lot on his plate right now. He just won a World Series and is under scrutiny for deciding to celebrate despite testing for covid-19. That being said, he is an intriguing free agent option this off-season.
Toronto has a hole to fill at third base with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. transitioning to a first base/DH role this past season. He would replace Travis Shaw, who has been quite underwhelming since signing a one year deal with Toronto last off-season.
Turner will be 36 years old next month, so any type of deal would have to be short-term. This would allow Toronto to fill the gap until some of their top prospects like Austin Martin are ready for the big leagues.
In his seven seasons with the Dodgers, Turner has never hit below .275 and carries a career .292 batting average. He doesn’t bring a ton of pop but there’s plenty of that already in the Toronto lineup.