Yasiel Puig's Strong Arm Makes Up for Lackadaisical Effort on Fly Ball

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistApril 17, 2014

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Los Angeles Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig may not give a strong effort on every play, but he is talented enough to make up for his lackadaisical effort in a hurry.

During the second inning of the Dodgers-Giants game on Thursday, Puig was involved in a play that perfectly sums up his style. He may be a bit too relaxed at times, but his arm is strong enough to bail him out:

Dodgers fans went from being frustrated to impressed in a span of a few seconds.

Puig later ended the inning with a wild catch on the run:

That's just Puig being Puig.

[MLB, MLB]

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