Could the Washington Nationals bullpen issues be solved by Trey Turner?
No, not the current shortstop for the team, but a right-handed pitcher from Missouri State.
In the 10th round of the 2017 MLB Draft, the Nationals selected the 18-year-old just two days before his birthday.
Not to be confused with Trea* Turner, the rising talent in the Nationals clubhouse, he is yet another Turner in the Nationals organization.
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A native of Neosho, Missouri, Turner just wrapped up his junior season with the Bears. In high school, he was rated the No. 9 overall prospect in Missouri and also has skill with the bat in his hand.
It may be a while before Turner makes his way up to the Nationals; he does not have the immediate big-league talent that would pull him up to the majors upon graduation. With the bullpen in disarray and no help in sight this season, however, you never know how desperate the team will get.
One thing is clear though: In five years, someone might need a nickname.
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