If the Los Angeles Dodgers want to keep Trea Turner beyond 2022, one MLB Insider believes that they're going to have to give him a contract with a higher average annual value than what Manny Machado and Corey Seager have left the team to sign for in free agency in recent years. FanSided's Robert Murray said Tuesday that he believes Turner will sign a deal with a larger AAV than the $32.5 million one that Seager left the Dodgers to sign with the Texas Rangers last offseason.