Yasiel Puig was Public Enemy No. 1 in San Francisco at one point, but now the tides may be shifting.
San Francisco Giants fans used to hate Yasiel Puig while he played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but it sounds like there’s at least a chance the outfielder could be playing for his former rival
Yasiel Puig is an under-the-radar free agent this winter, and one team might be looking to capture the excitement he can bring to a game.
After four years apart, Yasiel Puig and Don Mattingly could find themselves back together again.
Yasiel Puig has been watching the Little League World Series, and has even taken some of it into game action with him.
Seven years after defecting from his home country of Cuba, Yasiel Puig has become an American citizen.
Puig shared the news on social media Wednesday that he had gained citizenship.
Yasiel Puig didn’t really have time to update his wardrobe ahead of his move to the Cleveland Indians.
Information spreads so quickly in the social media era that players often find out they were traded or released before their teams have a chance to speak with them, which usually is not a good thing.