What the Dodgers Title Means to LA & the Debate Over Justin Turner's Tests


What the Dodgers Title Means to LA & the Debate Over Justin Turner's Tests

The Los Angeles Dodgers are your 2020 World Series Champions, and Clay Travis is reacting to what was a very interesting conclusion to a historic 2020 season. The Dodgers won the Series by beating the Tampa Bay Rays in a wild game 6, where Rays manager Kevin Cash was immediately answering questions for pulling his ace pitcher Blake Snell. Snell was cruising for 5 plus innings until giving up just his second hit. The Dodgers then took advantage of the Rays relief pitcher Nick Anderson and his struggles.

Clay brings in Danny G. and Roberto, two of the biggest Dodger fans at FOX Sports Radio to help explain what the Dodgers first World Series title in 32-years means to the City of Angels. Winning rings finally is a huge story, but what may be the story of the day in the world of sports is Justin Turner and his positive COVID test during the game.

The COVID test results shockingly led to Turner being led away from the Dodger dugout right before the 8th inning. Later, during the trophy celebration however, JT came back onto the field to have a few minutes of joy with his teammates and wife for the team photo. This sent a lot of people on the internet into a tizzy. 

Clay puts up a Twitter poll about being okay with Justin Turner being on the field or not. What are Clay's thoughts on how Gm 6 ended with Turner, and how does his large social media following vote on the poll question?

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