Colorado Rockies v Los Angeles DodgersYasiel Puig has given up driving after having his second reckless driving incident in the past eight months. Puig has now hired his cousin to drive for him in the time being.

“I give him credit for taking that step if nothing else,” Los Angeles Dogers president Stan Kasten said during a radio appearance on ESPNLA 710.

Puig had another reckless driving incident back in Dec. 2013, where he was allegedly driving 110 mph (you can watch the video of that arrest here).

The first one came in April when Puig drove 97 mph in a 50 mph zone.


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