Recently, Justin Turner, one of the newest members of the Boston Red Sox, got a chance to host his annual Golf Classic.
This event is put on by the Justin Turner Foundation, a nonprofit organization that seeks to provide resources to children and families battling critical illnesses.
While he was there, Turner got a chance to reunite with some old teammates of his from the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets.
Joe Kelly, Corey Seager, Ike Davis, and Albert Pujols all showed up to Turner’s event.
MLB tweeted a collage of photos featuring Turner and his former teammates.
The stars showed out for the Justin Turner Golf Classic. 🌟 pic.twitter.com/ZbhunPUUOY
— MLB (@MLB) February 7, 2023
Turner came to the big leagues in 2009, beginning his career with the Baltimore Orioles and later joining the Mets, where he became friends with Davis, the team’s first baseman at the time.
After the Mets let him go, Turner joined the Dodgers, where he became teammates with Seager.
Kelly signed with the Dodgers prior to the start of the 2019 season and spent three years in Dodger Blue.
Pujols joined Kelly and Turner in 2021 after the Los Angeles Angels had released him.
Together, Turner and his teammates accomplished quite a bit.
With the Dodgers, he was part of nine postseason teams, three of which went to the World Series.
The Dodgers reached the NLCS in all but two of Turner’s seasons with the team.
But even after several years, it’s clear that Turner and his old teammates remain close and seemed to have a great team at the slugger’s annual golf tournament.NEXT: The Dodgers Show Off A Key New Arrival