Aaron Judge remains the biggest star available on the free agent market.
However, other stars have begun to sign contracts.
The new deal includes a full no-trade clause.
And so, the defending National League champions look ready to take another shot at a World Series title after falling just short against the Houston Astros.
The Phils will be paying Turner $27.27 million per year until after the 2033 season.
On Twitter, one fan praised the Phillies organization for going out and making such a big move.
The Phillies will be paying Trea Turner $27.27 million every year for his age 30 through 40 seasons.
Props to them for spending big to go even more all-in — and they're going to be really, really good next season — but I'm glad the Dodgers didn't make that deal.
— Noah Camras (@noahcamras) December 5, 2022
Turner Joins Defending NL Champs
The Phillies are now a serious threat to return to the World Series in 2023.
They earned the third NL Wild Card after winning just 87 games, but still managed to take down the St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, and San Diego Padres.
But now, with Turner on their side, they look even more dangerous.
The Phillies were the favorites to sign Turner right from the beginning of the offseason.
Now, those predictions have come true.
The 29-year-old is headed for the City of Brotherly Love and is ready to help them return to the Fall Classic and take another shot at their first title since 2008.