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WATCH: Yasiel Puig Delivers a Dodgers Win Over Miami

Yasiel Puig is starting the second half similar to how he started the first.

Puig’s 18th homer lifted the Dodgers to another win. His career-high for a season is 18.

It was the sixth time this season L.A. won after trailing after eight innings. The Dodgers just keep finding ways to win games; they’ve won 27 of their last 31.

Hyun-Jin Ryu won’t pitch on the roadtrip


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  1. Yasiel Puig was great tonight. My wife and I flew here to Miami to see the Dodgers. Our flight was extremely delayed so I only saw the 8th and 9th innings at the hotel bar. 5 TVs going but none had the game (here in Miami!!!) so I asked for it to be turned on which the double tree did ??? Then Puigs blast happened in the 9th and the hotel workers (Miami fans went big time sad) But they were glad it was Puig because of his Cuban roots. I have always liked Yasiel (not just because he threw a ball to me in San Francisco during the game ?.

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