Justin Turner celebrates a World Series Game 4 HR against the Rays.

The Los Angeles Dodgers again got off to a good start in Saturday’s Game 4 of the World Series, and it was again Justin Turner providing the spark. Turner hit his 12th postseason home run, moving him past Duke Snider’s Dodgers’ record of 11 career postseason home runs (which Turner tied Friday with a first-inning home run in Game 3 ):

And that home run put Turner in special territory indeed:

Turner has been tremendous for the Dodgers this postseason, making great plays both at the plate and in the field. And Saturday saw him once again kicking off the Los Angeles offense in style.

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