These days Yasiel Puig is contrite and appears to have learned his lesson following his most recent arrest in Florida for reckless driving.
"He feels as bad as I've ever heard a player," President and CEO of the LA Dodgers Stan Kasten told ESPN Radio on Thursday.
Puig was arrested last month for driving 110 miles per hour in a 70 miles per hour zone. It was his second reckless driving bustof 2013. While playing for Double-A Chattanooga before he was called up to the major leagues, Puig was arrested for driving 97 miles per hour in a 50 miles per hour zone.
According to Kasten, this is a problem Puig says he never wants to have happen again. So far he's taken a drastic step to make sure it doesn't.
"He has stopped driving, by the way," Kasten said. "I give him credit for taking that step, if nothing else."
Puig now has his cousin as his full-time driver.
Kasten, who went to Chattanooga to speak with Puig following his first reckless driving incident last April, has spoken to Puig m...