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Teams Interested in Signing Yasiel Puig, Wild Horse Admits to Not Listening to Dodgers Coaches!



Former Dodgers All-Star outfielder Yasiel Puig could be making a comeback in 2021. MLB Insider Mark Feinsand tweeted that the “Wild Horse” is drawing interest from multiple teams with the Red Sox, Yankees, Astros, Marlins and Orioles appearing to have varying levels of interest.

Puig was set to join his third team in two years after he was expected to sign a deal with the Atlanta Braves for the 2020 season, but after testing positive for COVID-19, the deal was off and 29-year-old went unsigned for the rest of the year.

We discuss the Dodgers’ decision to purge themselves of Puig, where he’ll end up, and if he’s worth signing for the upcoming 2021 season. Plus, Puig admits to not listening to coaches during his days as a Dodger.

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  1. The curse of Super Star potential and Puig’s inability to focus that talent do to immaturity. If he can control himself and listen to coaches he still has the incredible potential to be a 5 tool athlete. If a team needs an athletic Outfielder with some veteran presence to help control the clubhouse he would be a great pickup.
    I hope he turns his career around. He has way too much talent for some team to not take a chance if he interviews well. They should give him a contract with huge incentive upsides.

    • As long as the Dodgers aren’t one of the teams showing interest in Puig, it’s fine with me. Maybe we could generate some interest from the Padres to offset their commitment to winning it all.

  2. Puig is 30 years old. His “potential “ ship sailed long ago. What a waste of talent.

    That being said he was fun to watch!

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