3. Justin Turner: Arizona Diamondbacks
Justin Turner was a great fit for the Red Sox in terms of personality and production, but it's hard to justify bringing him back at DH when the team clearly needs to move Masataka Yoshida, Rafael Devers or Triston Casas there.
Turner will be a bat for hire this offseason, and he's shown no signs of slowing down heading into his age-39 season. He proved that he can still mash last year with 23 homers, 96 RBIs and an .800 OPS.
One team that could use a boost at DH is the Arizona Diamondbacks. Their designated hitters combined to bat just .219/.291/.387 last year, which is pretty brutal for an offense-only position. Turner batted .276/.345/.455, so he'd be a pretty considerable upgrade there.
As a World Series champion, Turner would also bring veteran leadership and experience to a team that just fell short in the Fall Classic. Adding someone like Turner would be a win-now move for the Diamondbacks and could help them get over the hump in 2024.
Turner is also familiar with Arizona after spending so many years in the NL West with the Los Angeles Dodgers, so that could be a viable destination for him.