ANSWERED Yasiel Puig On His Return To Dodgers (CBSLA Exclusive)

By Jose Alejandro Rodriguez Zas

Cuban baseball player Yasiel Puig was in the news for almost all of 2021 and in this new year he wants to continue making headlines. After putting an end to his legal case that kept him away from important contracts and after playing in the winter leagues of Mexico and the Dominican Republic, “Caballo Loco”, in combination with his new agent, Lisette Carnet, managed to sign a contract to play in the KBO League of Korean professional baseball.

However, aspirations to return to MLB They have not ceased on the horizon of the Cuban, who intends to step on Major League land again very soon. To do this, he must convince the directors of a Major League franchise that he still has a lot of talent and potential to play in the best baseball in the world, in addition to having changed his personality a lot, “spicy” for many and too “aggressive” for others. so many.

Puig He debuted in the Majors in 2013 with the Los Angeles Dodgers and for six seasons, the outstanding outfielder from Cienfuegos defended the colors of the California flagship team and one of the historic MLB team. As he passed through the franchise, the Cuban left his mark on his fans to the point that, even today, many fans “mourn” his absence and miss his way of playing baseball.

In fact, just a few weeks ago, in a popular vote with fans of the 2020 World Series champion Dodgers, they chose Puig as the top player to ever play for the team and want to see back.

Even, such has been the identity that the Cuban has had with the Dodgers, that he has not hidden his desire to someday return to the National League West team. Precisely today, Puig offered statements to CBSLA Sports Central, which were shared on the Twitter profile of the prestigious media outlet.

We catch up with the fan favorite tonight at 5:45 p.m. on CBSLA, as he works in the local Los Angeles community to build Puig’s House with his Wild Horse Foundation. Tweet, referring to Puig’s words.

“People constantly ask me on social media if I’ll be back in Los Angeles. We will do our best in Korea, day by day, during the next season, with the goal of returning to the United States (to the MLB) and I hope one day I will have a chance to return to the Dodgers,” Puig told CBSLA.

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