Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig is looking to be back at the level he played in 2013. As he heads into the 2016 season he says he’s been working to strengthen his legs and get his hamstring 100 percent.
Puig says he plans to play the “majority” of the 162 games this season and is optimistic of his chances to stay healthy.
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Puig isn’t the only one that looks to be back at full health. Justin Turner is also on track to be ready by opening day.”Red Dream” stressed the fact of not only being ready, but being in “baseball shape”.
The one person we know is in baseball shape and ready to go is the one, the only Vin Scully, who said he wants to finish his career calling a game in San Francisco, admitting he was once a avid New York Giants fan. Then, with a big sigh says he confesses that because “it’s good for the soul”.
What’s good for the Dodgers soul is to have less question marks on their roster. Once again outfielder Andre Ethier is the center of trade talks, this time with a potential team interested.
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— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) February 2, 2016
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