Yasiel Puig’s arrival to the big leagues completely transformed the Dodgers season as they’re only 1.5 games behind first place Arizona in the NL West.
Puig dazzled in his first month as he set the Dodgers rookie record for hits in a month and even won June Rookie and Player of the month.
However, in recent weeks, Puig has been painted as a diva, someone who doesn’t answer to the media and plays with an arrogance on the field.
The debate about Puig now is whether or not he should be included into the All-Star Game as he’s currently in second place in the MLB Final Vote, trailing Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman.
For the first time at the major league level, Puig has seen his batting average drop below the .400 mark for the first time in his career and has people claiming teams have figured him out.
Appearing on SportsCenter this morning, Puig discussed a myriad of topics: