This Yasiel Puig at-bat had everything from a batter's box dance to a bat flip
Whether hitting a home run, running the bases, fielding his position or just hanging out in the clubhouse, the
It was a big spot for the Dodgers: Trailing Arizona, 2-1, in the bottom of the fourth, L.A. had runners on first and second with just one man out. Puig was ready. Puig was excited. So excited, in fact, that after taking an 0-2 pitch in the dirt from
But Puig was far from done. Just two pitches later, he got a pitch to handle and lined a single into center field. And, as you might expect from a big moment in Dodger Stadium involving Yasiel Puig, there was a bat flip and a whole lot of yelling:
We wouldn't have it any other way.