The Los Angeles Dodgers are in New York with a day off before their three-game set against the Mets begins Tuesday. Despite coming off a disappointing series against the Arizona Diamondbacks that included an 18-7 loss, multiple Dodger players used the free time to interact with fans.

Yasiel Puig visited the MLB Fan Cave, which were accompanied by a slew of pictures of the outfielder appearing to thoroughly enjoy his time off. Joining Puig in visiting the Fan Cave were Drew Butera and Dee Gordon. The Dodger duo played dodgeball, which resulted in Butera aggressively competing.

A video, which can be seen below, posted on Butera’s Instagram page shows the backup catcher not holding back as he attempts to hit the children with the ball. Butera flashed the arm that landed him on the mound as a relief pitcher in two games over a span of four days. Prior to pitching for the Dodgers, Butera also made a relief appearance for the Minnesota Twins in 2012.


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