Trea Vance Turner is an American professional baseball shortstop 

He currently plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball

He is one of the fastest runners in Major League Baseball, having been clocked at 22.7 miles per hour at least twice in 2016 

On June 30, 2021, Turner hit for the cycle for the third time, tying the MLB record for most cycles in a career 

Developed by the Padres and Nationals primarily as a shortstop, Turner broke into the major leagues in the 2016 season as Washington's starting center fielder, before returning to what he considers his "natural position" as the Nationals shortstop in the 2017 season.

Originally born on June 30, 1993 in Florida, United States

He made his MLB debut with Washington Nationals in 2015

He has also made a handful of major league appearances at second base

Turner became the third player to have offensive tweets from his past discovered in the month of July 2018

On March 22, Turner signed a one-year, $21 million, contract with the Dodgers to avoid salary arbitration, and he returned to playing shortstop after Seager departed as a free agent

Dodgers catcher Barnes gets $7M, 2-year deal through '24