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Yasiel Puig hustles for a double on a slow grounder to center, putting himself in scoring position in the bottom of the 12th. Because Yasiel Puig is the anti-Robinson Cano.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Yasiel Puig turned a slow bouncer past the Mets' diving shortstop into a one-out double in the 12th inning then scored on Adrian Gonzalez's two-base hit, lifting the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 5-4 victory over New York on Wednesday night that extended their winning streak to eight games. Andre Ethier tied the game with a two-run homer of LaTroy Hawkins...
It's long been assumed that Robinson Cano would remain in
pinstripes the rest of his career. Now, however, his future in New
York is in doubt.
People will stop running on Yasiel Puig … when?
Yasiel Puig turned a slow bouncer past the Mets' diving
shortstop into a one-out double in the 12th inning then scored on
Adrian Gonzalez's two-base hit, lifting the Los Angeles Dodgers to
a 5-4 victory over New York on Wednesday night that extended their
winning streak to eight games.
The Dodgers did not win on a walk-off home run by Carlos Marmol in his first at-bat in five years.
But they almost did and that was as deliciously devilish as the way they actually did earn the latest of their daily victories.
That would be Yasiel Puig Living Legend.
Puig made a breathtaking throw then topped himself by willing a double to start the 12th inning. Adrian Gonzalez...
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