Trea Vance Turner AKA Trea Turner is a Major League Baseball shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the United States (MLB).
Previously, he was a member of the Washington Nationals. He was a baseball player at North Carolina State University. Turner was drafted in the first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres, who then traded him to the Nationals in 2015.
Trea Turner is 28 years old and his wife Kristen Harabedian is around 24-26 years old.
Trea met his future wife, Kristen Harabedian, while both were gymnasts at North Carolina State University.
Harabedian had also competed in high school gymnastics and was featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd on January 18, 2010. Turner and Harabedian tied the knot in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. in November 2018.
Harabedian was a gymnast at North Carolina State University. During an NCState gymnastics event against West Virginia in 2013, the Technician wrote a report on one of their games. She had also participated in gymnastics in high school. According to Nj.com, Harabedian was named the 2008 Central Jersey Section 2 Gymnast of the Year.
Harabedian, along with fellow All-Stater Maria Bryant and Corrine Stiffler, led Hunterdon Central to its first-ever Sectional title in Hillsborough in 2008, when the ‘Three Muskateers’ scored 113.8 points to win Central Jersey, Section 2.
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