Yasiel Puig has become one of baseball’s most beloved players not only due to his extremely impressive skill set, but also because of his showmanship and the emotional theatrics he brings to the game.
Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers only knows one speed, and that is as fast as possible. On Thursday night Puig and the Dodgers were taking on the Angels and Puig ended up colliding with teammate Howie Kendrick. You can see from the video below that Puig caught an elbow to the throat area from Kendrick
Dodgers’ star Yasiel Puig recently turned 24 years old, and he just did what any other normal 24 year-old would do and purchased himself a $1.8 million mansion.
I will not be a distraction #lmao #iwillnotbeadistraction A photo posted by @yasielpuig (@yasielpuig) on Jan 8, 2015 at 7:13pm PST Yasiel Puig posted this cartoon to his Instagram on Thursday with the caption “I will not be a distraction #lmao #iwillnotbeadistraction.”
Sony unveiled the cover athlete and art for their upcoming MLB 15: The Show title on Friday, and Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder has earned the honors. He takes over the reigns from Miguel Cabrera, who graced last year’s cover. The game won’t be released until next Spring, but you can check out the cover art
In a move which is being characterized as a strategic decision, the Los Angeles Dodgers are benching Yasiel Puig in favor of Andre Ethier for a critical Game 4 of the Dodgers’ NLDS against the St. Louis Cardinals. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly feels like Ethier will give the Dodgers a better chance of forcing a
Forget dominating the Little League World Series. Forget the national television appearances. Forget the cover of Sports Illustrated. All of those things are great, but you know you’ve really made it to big time superstar status when Yasiel Puig wants your autograph. Mo’Ne Davis is now a member of that exclusive club after throwing out the
Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers struck out on Tuesday night during the 3rd inning and when he got back to the dugout he wasn’t too pleased. The young man tossed his helmet down on a ledge where it was rejected for some reason. That is when this happened… It actually isn’t that amazing, but the
Yasiel Puig: Making routine fly balls entertaining by nearly killing his teammates. Not to be forgotten: Heads-up play by Matt Kemp to be on the ready for an errant bat flip from Puig there. [MLB] [content_block id=134239]
It all started in the sixth inning. With one out in the inning and a runner on first base, Yasiel Puig caught a routine fly ball. Immediately after catching the ball, he threw to first base, trying to double up the runner. Eric Aybar, the runner on first base, made it back safely. Still, after
Yasiel Puig has recorded his share of baffling highlight reel plays in just over one full big league season and his most recent escapade reminded everyone he is not your average ballplayer. After Hanley Ramirez chops a grounder to third, prompting a double play attempt from the Cubbies, Puig dashes from second base in an
The Red Sox do not appear destined to defend their World Series title, but at least David Ortiz is enjoying himself these days. Ortiz homered in Boston’s 3-2 win over the Rays on Sunday, prompting a bat flip of course. Granted the flip was not Puig-worthy but it had flavor, especially when combined with a