Bleacher Report just came out with an article today discussing how some of the Los Angeles Dodgers players feel some type of way about star slugger Yasiel Puig.

Puig has missed 39 games so far this season due to a hamstring injury, and some wish he never returned saying it's "addition by subtraction." Others, however, admit they have to deal with Puig because he's a top-talent in baseball.

One of the incidents Puig had with his teammates was unveiled, which was a bus-related incident in 2014. It involves pitch Zack Greinke throwing Puig's luggage into the street.

In 2014, during the Dodgers' annual trip to Chicago, the team bus stopped downtown to allow rookies undergoing hazing to walk into a pizza place and emerge with food for the veterans. Some Dodgers players, not wanting to wait, skipped off the bus. When the bus was ready to leave, Puig was outside, looking for his luggage inside of the bay underneath the bus. After Puig ignored multiple requests to close the luggage bay, Greinke hopped off the bus, grabbed the suitcase in front of Puig and chucked it onto Michigan Avenue. Puig stepped toward Greinke and was restrained by reliever J.P. Howell.

I don't understand what's wrong with how Puig reacted in this story. How else do you expect him to react if someone just throws your luggage into the street.

However, I can get this:

Other instances mention Puig being scolded by Skip Schumaker once for showing up to the park 20 minutes late and being engaged in a relationship with the daughter of a minor league coach.

Not everything is bad. The article also mentions how Puig is able to listen to his team, recently being quoted in a meeting last year saying, "You guys tell me how you want me to play."

Puig is only 24 years old and is signed with the Dodgers through 2018. Hopefully he can adjust himself while he's here.


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