Yasiel Puig may be the most polarizing athlete in America right now. He's an unbelievable talent with an unorthodox style and attitude, and opinions on him range across the board.
If there is any one inning which embodies the potential greatness and frustrating aspects of the Dodgers outfielder, it came in the second frame Thursday against the Giants.
Puig first made an incredibly lazy effort and dropped an easy pop fly, but then picked up the ball and rifled it with incredible strength to second base to get a force out. Then he took a ridiculously bad angle on a ball over his head but somehow made an improbable over-the-shoulder catch.
As Bleacher Report's own Kyle Newport said, that's just Puig being Puig. You also need to take the time to read Jesse Katz's amazing story about Puig's defection from Cuba over at Los Angeles Magazine, which was published earlier this week.