Trea Turner withdrawn from Nats match after positive COVID test

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Trea Turner was abruptly withdrawn from Tuesday night’s Washington Nationals game, sparking concern and questioning among fans and media members. Now we know the reason why he was suddenly removed.

The Nats announced that Turner tested positive for COVID-19.

Turner reached on an infield single in the top of the first inning of Washington’s game in the Philadelphia Phillies. He then scored on a homerun by Josh Bell before leaving the field.

There has been speculation that Turner may have been trafficked or injured. However, now we know that he left because of the positive COVID test.

Turner, 28, is having a monster season for the Nats. He hits .320 with 65 runs scored, 18 home runs and 21 stolen bases.

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