MLB won't punish Dodgers star following investigation

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Major League Baseball has made a decision regarding Los Angeles Dodgers star third baseman Justin Turner's behaviour after Game seven of this year's world. Siri's Kfbk sports contributor. Alex Tasker has details. Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner will not face any punishment for going back onto the field to celebrate the team's World Series championship after testing positive for the Corona virus. Major League Baseball had launched the investigation on October 28th. Turner was removed from Game six and directed toe isolate after a Corona virus test he had taken earlier in the day came back positive. However, when the game ended, Turner instead joined his team mates to celebrate the victory. According to the statement. From Major League Baseball. The league has ultimately decided to close the investigation without suspending or finding him.

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