LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles Dodger Justin Turner made franchise and World Series history at Game 4 of the Fall Classic on Saturday night.
Turner’s homer was his 12th career in the postseason, passing Duke Snider for most in Dodgers history.READ MORE: LA Launches Program To Accelerate Granny Flat Construction Process
He was also the first player in World Series history to homer in the first inning in back-to-back games.
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Record broken.@redturn2 now holds the franchise record for most postseason homers and is the first player in #WorldSeries history to homer in the first inning in back-to-back games. pic.twitter.com/8SA0zxx2fdREAD MORE: Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills Restaurant
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 25, 2020
The 35-year-old played college baseball for the Cal State Fullerton Titans and made his Major League Baseball in 2009.