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All of which cannot hide a sobering truth that seems beyond fixing. Someone will give up an established hitter for him.
During the first two months of this season, he has done an admirable job fixing seemingly every issue that could be fixed.
He spent four hours at the camp participating in camp activities and sat in the infirmary with a boy who was too sick to participate.
“[A boy] started talking about baseball, saying, ‘I love the way you play. “And I said, ‘Oh, I’m the one coming here to tell you to keep fighting and everything will be fine, and you’re the one telling me to keep going, fight and work hard’ — and that made my day.” After his visit he tweeted: “Today was one of the best days of my life.
Bumgarner had kept the upper hand for most of the players’ recent rivalry, holding Puig hitless in his last 11 at-bats dating back to 2016.
On Sunday afternoon, the new Cincinnati Reds outfielder Puig came out way ahead with a giant homer and a bat flip to match while (again) looking like the bigger person.
There was some thought that upon arriving here two years ago, baseball boss Andrew Friedman would have immediately traded Puig if ownership hadn’t been so infatuated with Puig’s potential.
Their feud truly bloomed in 2014, Puig’s first full season in the majors, when Bumgarner was upset after Puig did a bat flip following a home run, and then Bumgarner hit him later in the season. ” That, of course, led to the Dodgers wear t-shirts with the new catch phrase and sending an autographed copy to Bumgarner." data-reactid="40"Fast forward to 2016, and Bumgarner coaxed a slow roller out of Puig and threw him out at first.
As the Yasiel Puig Makeover Tour takes another detour to the disabled list, it’s perhaps time to pause and look at the furrows beneath the smile. All of his off-field dramatics have been rendered irrelevant with the clarity that, right now, the Dodgers’ most exciting celebrity is merely an average baseball player. He would be a third outfielder or part-time player and defensive replacement on a championship team. That someone is no longer the Dodgers, who can’t afford to carry him on a roster that needs the consistent bat he cannot provide.
While much of Los Angeles was worrying about Puig and his car, or Puig and his clock, it should have been worried about Puig and a bat. Someone will believe he is a broken but brilliant talent who can be easily fixed.
Let’s just hope when Madison Bumgarner hits free agency, he lands somewhere in the NL where their feud can continue.
(JTA) — Major League baseball star Yasiel Puig visited a Jewish camp for kids with cancer and called it “one of the best days” of his life.