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Topic - Yasiel Puig
Against Arizona, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the dominant team they are supposed to be. Against everyone else, not so much.
Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig is back in the lineup three days after crashing into a wall during a game, but Matt Kemp is not starting.
At 33 years old, in his 12th major league season, Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Dan Haren knows he's going to get a stiff back now and then, just as he did during a 3-2 loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday.
Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw was activated from the disabled list by the Los Angeles Dodgers, who kept outfielder Yasiel Puig out of the starting lineup for the second straight night.
Clayton Kershaw admitted he was nervous about making his first start in six weeks.
Marlins ace Jose Fernandez was struck in the thigh by a sharp grounder and kept pitching despite discomfort. Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig slammed into the wall trying unsuccessfully for a game-saving catch and crumpled to the warning track in pain.
Just up from Triple-A and matched against one of baseball's best pitchers, Stephen Fife kept the game close.
Juan Nicasio took the mound at Dodger Stadium, trying to extend his string of 13 1-3 consecutive scoreless at the ballpark.
Major League Baseball would have to change its policy on Cuban players if the Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays want a share of state money that would be set aside for professional sports stadiums under a bill the House passed Friday.
Two Florida lawmakers motivated by Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig's dangerous escape from Cuba are trying to change the way Major League Baseball treats Cuban players and are willing to tie state money for stadiums to the issue.
The smugglers who helped Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig leave Cuba on a speedboat have made death threats against him and against a Cuban boxer who says he defected with Puig, according to court documents.
Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig is not in the Los Angeles Dodgers' lineup for Sunday night's series finale against San Francisco because of a swollen left thumb.
Yasiel Puig was back in the lineup for the Dodgers, leading off and getting picked off, and like most of the Dodgers not doing nearly enough to beat Madison Bumgarner.
Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig was back in the lineup against the San Francisco Giants one day after being benched because he arrived late for the team's home opener.
Bryce Harper knows who his peers are. He knows how he will be measured, perhaps for the rest of his major league career.
According to the lawsuit, the journey entailed dealings with shady characters and said both Puig and a Cuban boxer were held hostage over unpaid smuggling debts.
It was there he learned, according to his affidavit, about the 20 percent Puig promised to pay them and the smugglers' claims they were still owed money after Puig signed his Dodger contract in June 2012.