Trea Turner Mother Donna Turner And Father Mark Turner
Trea Turner parents Donna Turner and Mark Turner believed their son would become a golfer.
Donna and Mark Turner are former athletes who believed their son's golfing talent would take him far. But as Trea got older, baseball became the sport he was most passionate about.
Born and raised in Florida alongside older sister Teal Turner, Trea made his MLB debut for the Washington Nationals in 2015. Both Donna and Mark made their trip from Florida to Washington to watch their son make his MLB debut.
Eight seasons have gone since then, and the shortstop has seen many highs in his career. From being crowned World Series Champion to signing a $300 million deal throughout the entire process, Turner has always had the support of his dad and mom.
Trea Turner Mom Donna Turner Is A Product Trainer
Trea Turner's mom Donna Turner is a trainer for K12 products in Blackboard.
Donna graduated from the State University of New York at Fredonia with a degree in elementary education. Over there, she also showed her athletic prowess.
Donna Turner was part of the swim team, and that too a highly accomplished one. The mother of two has always been credited for her son's athleticism, and she doesn't consider it wrong.
After college, Donna seemingly gave up on an athletic career and was enrolled at Boston University, where she graduated with a degree in Media and Technology. She worked as an Instructional Technology teacher at Palm Beach County School District for two years before becoming a trainer for K12 products.
On her Facebook, Donna shares photos from her visit to baseball stadiums, notably Nationals Stadium, where Trea spent seven seasons. She also shares family photos and that of her grandchild.
Trea Turner Dad Mark Turner Played Baseball
Trea Turner's father Mark Turner is a former high school baseball player. Mark loved baseball from a young age but was never able to take the professional route with it.
Mark currently resides in West Palm Beach, Florida, but is a native of New York City. He isn't much active on Facebook but is a regular on Twitter. There isn't a single video from WBC Tournament that Mark hasn't retweeted on his handle.
Even on regular basis, Mark shares videos of what is going on in the baseball scene from high school level up to MLB. A baseball enthusiast, Mark always keeps himself updated about the happenings.
After Team USA's loss against Team Japan in the final, Mark retweeted the tweet of captain Mike Trout's heartfelt tweet for his nation. There's no doubt that Trea and his dad are already looking forward to 2026 WBC.