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Justin Turner of the Dodgers goes relaxed as his wife dons a flight for a walk as MLB season stays postponed

By on March 23, 2021 0

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner keeps casual look as wife Kourtney dons flight for a walk as MLB season stays postponed










The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has forced Major League Baseball to postpone its season indefinitely.

And Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner seems to be taking things slow as the season resumes.

Turner was spotted with his wife Kourtney Pogue for a walk and the two looked super laid back on Tuesday.

Out: Los Angeles Dodger third baseman Justin Turner appears to be taking things easy as the season resumes, while walking with wife Kourtney on Tuesday

Turner, 35, donned gray tracksuits and a black Adidas sweatshirt which he teamed with black knit sneakers and a black cap inside out.

Meanwhile, his wife, Kourtney, walked barefoot in a dark blue dress as they walked the sidewalk.

She was carrying the couple’s two small dogs for the Tuesday afternoon outing.

The looks: Turner, 35, donned gray tracksuits and a black Adidas sweatshirt which he teamed with black knit sneakers and a black cap inside out, while Kourtney went barefoot in a dress blue

The looks: Turner, 35, donned gray tracksuits and a black Adidas sweatshirt which he teamed with black knit sneakers and a black cap inside out, while Kourtney went barefoot in a dress blue

During the pandemic, the two launched a podcast named Holding Kourt.

They joined the millions of Netflix viewers who watched the Tiger King documentary series.

During last week’s episode, they announced that the series will have a bonus episode.

News Breakers: Couples' Holding Kourt Podcast Announced Tiger King to Have Bonus Episode

News Breakers: Couples’ Holding Kourt Podcast Announced Tiger King to Have Bonus Episode

Over the weekend, his competitor Justin Verlander pledged on Saturday to donate his MLB paychecks to a different organization every week during the coronavirus pandemic, as he continues to be paid while the league takes a break.

That shouldn’t be a big burden on the couple, as Verlander signed a two-year, $ 66 million contract extension last March.

According to Forbes, this is the highest average annual salary ever for an MLB pitcher in more than 150 years of league history.

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