By Jon Weisman
At this point, you could argue that Yasiel Puig is single-handedly funding the Internet, with all the clicks he is generating.
With two consecutive plays in the third inning of today’s Dodger game at San Francisco, Puig once again left the baseball world agog.
First, there was this not-by-design, 9-3 forceout.
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Then, this whirling dervish of a catch in windy deep right.
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I mean …
— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) April 17, 2014
That’s the most Puig thing that ever Puig’d.
— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) April 17, 2014
That had to be the most entertaining half-inning by a right fielder in the history of the game
— Mark Saxon (@markasaxon) April 17, 2014
It took four hours to tell the story of Ben Hur. It took one minute to tell the story of Yasiel Puig.
— Grant Brisbee (@mccoveychron) April 17, 2014
On a scale of Puig to Puig, that inning was the most Puig ever
— Eric Stephen (@truebluela) April 17, 2014