We'd have Turner ranked higher here, but the way the Dodgers treated him this offseason could've very well ruined the relationship. Turner's been vocal about how the team left him without a paddle in free agency despite him reiterating that he wanted to return. Andrew Friedman and Co. ignored it, Turner signed with the Red Sox, and the Dodgers lost a key leader.
They might've replaced his production with JD Martinez, but losing a franchise icon like Turner and merely replacing his offense does have consequences. Not everybody is a means to an end. The human element reigns supreme more times than not.
If the Dodgers reconcile with Turner -- kind of like how they did with Kiké Hernández at the trade deadline -- then perhaps Turner comes back and does a little bit of everything (DH, 3B, 1B) while helping lead a group of young Dodgers that need molding. That might be a longshot, however, because it seems Turner was really put off by what had happened.