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The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the NL West on Thursday night and Yasiel Puig did the worm to celebrate.
Puig, 22, has been a large part of the Dodgers success this season and the outfielder was sure to put on a show after the team clinched the division title.
He did not disappoint.
Of course his Dodger teammates were not about to be outdone and took a dip in the pool at Chase Field.
Puig is hitting .332/.401/.546 with 17 home runs and 39 RBI this season.
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Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig is pretty good at everything he does. His home runs are moonshots, his outfield assists are lasers, and after video of the Dodgers’ postgame celebrations surfaced, it’s also evident he’s very good at crunches.
Even more important, though, are his dance moves. Before he and his teammates dove into the pool at Chase Field, Puig and a few...
Back away from the Twitter machine, slowly, and don’t make any sudden moves, Bob Young.
Young, a columnist for The Arizona Republic, added a whole new layer to the Dodgers-Diamondbacks dispute with a tweet that was probably intended as a joke but just came out as really offensive.
The Diamondbacks are grouchy because they asked the Dodgers not to celebrate clinching the National...
Arizona media people are really, really angry about the Dodgers celebrating in the Diamondbacks' pool after clinching the NL West on Friday. In fact, they're so angry that some of them are making cracks about Yasiel Puig's defection from Cuba! Case in point: Bob Young of AZCentral.com.
No truth to rumor #Dodgers Yasiel Puig needed four attempts to cross #DBacks...
I love the way Puig’s teammates aren’t impressed at all.
Yasiel Puig also did this worm dance thing.
As a team, the Dodgers celebrated their division-clinching win over the Diamondbacks by taking a tip in the Chase Field pool. Dodgers rookie phenom Yasiel Puig took his celebration to the clubhouse where he performed the worm on live telvision.
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Hanley Ramirez has resumed baseball activites.
The shortstop hit off a tee and did fielding exercises on Monday for the first time since he last played Thursday.
He was back in the starting lineup yesterday and looked like his normal self, going 1-2 with 3 BB.
His health will be instrumental in how far the Dodgers go in the postseason.
Matt Kemp was activated from the DL on...
When the 2013 MLB regular season is over and done there will be many that will sit back and think,”man, what a long, strange trip it has been.” Last season, the Boston Red Sox where in the AL East cellar. For much of this season, the Los Angeles Dodgers were in the NL West cellar. After wins Thursday night, both teams
Is there a better way of celebrating an MLB division title but by jumping in the other team’s pool? The Los Angeles Dodgers did just that Thursday after clinching the NL West crown over the Arizona Diamondbacks. After celebrating with champagne in the clubhouse and some worm dancing from Yasiel Puig (GIF below), several of the Dodgers decided to go back on the field and into the...
Yesterday, I brought you the initial reaction to Poolgate, the controversy that boils down to "get off my lawn!" As yesterday went on, the reaction quickly spiraled out of control thanks to the Arizona media. The worst however, may belong to Dan Bickley of AZCentral.com.
Not to paint with broad strokes, but the Dodgers are idiots.
Yasiel Puig thought it OK to blow...
The Dodgers have a plethora of outfielders. They have Matt Kemp, Yasiel Puig, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford. They have one problem. They can't play all of them at the same time. Because of that, don't be surprised if they look into trading one of those four to upgrade other positions.
Rival executives expect the Dodgers to move "at least" one of their elite...