Yasiel Puig doubled his Sunday fun with a 450-foot homer and a great running catch
The Dodgers beat the Cubs, 9-4, on Sunday to wrap up a weekend sweep of the reigning World Series champions at Dodger Stadium -- and they did it with flair, cracking four homers on the afternoon.
One of them came from Yasiel Puig, who extended a 7-4 lead to a 9-4 advantage in the seventh inning with a shot that registered at a projected 450 feet, his longest of the Statcast era. It was a booming blast that settled well into the Left Field Pavilion, and he couldn't help but admire it a bit afterward:
The homer capped off a very productive day for the right fielder, who raced over toward the seats to grab a long fly ball struck by Anthony Rizzo in the sixth inning. And this one took some effort:
That's a good day at the office.