Yasiel Puig, a Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, defected from Cuba in 2012 to Mexico. Puig won’t talk about his winding odyssey to Major League Baseball.
Yasiel Puig, a Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, defected from Cuba in 2012 to Mexico. Puig won’t talk about his winding odyssey to Major League Baseball. Matt York AP
Yasiel Puig, a Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, defected from Cuba in 2012 to Mexico. Puig won’t talk about his winding odyssey to Major League Baseball. Matt York AP

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