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That's right, Yasiel Puig will win the NL Rookie of the Year Award in a landslide.
The Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder took the league by storm and inserted some much-needed energy into the clubhouse. That energy helped propel the Dodgers to first place in the NL West.
Puig is batting .342 with 12 home runs and 29 RBI in 73 games.
He was also a candidate for the NL's final vote for the All-Star Game but lost out to Freddie Freeman.
While he's cooled since his first six weeks in the MLB, Puig is still finding ways to get the job done. If it's not coming in and hitting a pinch-hit home run (after being benched), he's making a play in the outfield to save a run or two.
Puig has simply been able to do it all, and voters will see that when it comes to handing out the award.
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