Los Angeles Times "Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford have drawn interest on the trade market over the first two days of the general managers' meetings. The Dodgers have fielded inquiries about all four of their outfielders, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on the..." November 13
Sporting News "With Matt Kemp's name on the ears of everyone listening to MLB trade rumors, it comes as no surprise the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the position to deal. Might Yasiel Puig join the list of players in this L.A. confidential? That's a juicy tidbit for a market that grows hotter by the day as..." November 09
Los Angeles Times "Good thing Yasiel Puig made all those trips to help that orphanage in Zambia. Wait, that was Clayton Kershaw? Well, Puig obviously had some involvement, because a judge in Tennessee was impressed enough that he read a letter aloud in court Wednesday detailing his community efforts before..." November 06
Finalists for NL Rookie of the Year (alphabetically): Jose Fernandez, Marlins; Shelby Miller, Cardinals; Yasiel Puig, Dodgers.
CSN Bay Area "The Los Angeles Dodgers crashed and burned on Friday night as the St. Louis Cardinals eliminated them from the postseason with a 9-0 drubbing in Game 6 of the NLCS. Less than an hour after the Dodgers' promising season was over manager Don Mattingly had strong words for his right fielder..." October 20
CBSSports.com "Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has been a lightning rod since breaking into the league and apparently the NLCS umpire crew didn't take too kindly to his act. Ken Gurnick and Lyle Spencer of MLB.com have the details: Puig has enraged the crew which believes he is showing up umpires at home..." October 19
CBSSports.com "Dodgers rookie phenom Yasiel Puig had to leave Friday night's game with a bruised left foot the Dodgers announced. This came after two foul balls off the foot. It should be noted however that Puig left in the fifth inning of a 10-0 (at the time) Dodgers lead in a meaningless game as the Dodgers..." September 28
Los Angeles Times "Can you play out the string when you’re up against your historic rival? Looked that way Tuesday the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants hooking up in the final week of the season and not appearing all that inspired. The Dodgers still with home-field advantage to pursue for the postseason at..." September 25
Ramirez Crawford remain out of #Dodgers lineup but Puig is back.
ESPN Los Angeles "Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was not in Sunday's lineup against the San Francisco Giants due to a sore left hip just the latest in a mounting series of injuries as the Dodgers try to clinch the NL West. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said the timetable for Puig's return is unclear...." September 15
True Blue L.A. "The Dodgers outfielder has played in 80 of 82 games since joining the Dodgers including 76 starts. Yasiel Puig was removed from Monday's game against the Rockies in the sixth inning after the Dodgers outfielder appeared to have some sort of an issue with his knee. The Dodgers announced that..." September 02
Fox Sports West "Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig found himself back in hot water and back in the manager's office on Wednesday for what appeared to be a lack of game preparation -- or perhaps a lack of effort. There was no direct explanation but Puig was pulled after the fourth inning of the Dodgers' 4-0 win over..." August 29
True Blue L.A. "Over the last couple days Yasiel Puig has been under criticism from multiple journalists for allegedly yelling "F*** the media" missing cutoff men and multiple baseball mistakes. Today Dodgers' manager Don Mattingly took Puig out of the lineup for the second game of the series in Miami and fined..." August 21
Los Angeles Times "Clearly Yasiel Puig is not going to do anything in typical fashion. Not his throws not his baserunning and not being sent to the doghouse. Dramatics are the order of his day every day. Puig was benched prior to Tuesday’s game with the Miami Marlins mostly Manager Don Mattingly said because he..." August 21
#Dodgers sent out their lineup. Puig batting cleanup in place of Ramirez who is out. Punto at shortstop.
Mattingly said Puig is probably available to pinch run or play defense off the bench today. Anticipates he will be in the lineup tomorrow.
Matt Kemp out of lineup, Yasiel Puig starts in CF, Skip Schumaker in RF, Andre Ethier DH.
ESPN.com "Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig brushed off a question about "playing with arrogance" Thursday, saying he plays the way he does for the fans. "I learned to play that way as a kid," said Puig, who drew the ire of several members of the Arizona Diamondbacks during a three-game series..." July 11
Los Angeles Times "Just when the baseball world thought it had seen everything that Yasiel Puig could become, the Dodgers phenom has added yet another tool. It's not as overwhelming as his bat, or as strong as his arm, but it can be just as powerful — or powerfully destructive — as both. The hot young..." July 11
Yahoo! Sports "It was time for a boat chase, the sort they craved. Months idling on the open seas left those aboard the Vigilant, a United States Coast Guard cutter, thirsting for action, and in the middle of April 2012, here it was. Somewhere in the Windward Passage between Cuba and Haiti, a lookout on the top..." July 02
L.A. Daily News "Yasiel Puig knows how to dazzle in eccentric fashion. Everything he does, he does big. There was the crash into the right-field wall Thursday and the crush as he delivered another clutch hit that rocked Dodger Stadium. After slamming into the right-field wall in the top of the seventh inning..." June 28
L.A. Daily News "Don Mattingly was at a loss for words Monday night. The Dodgers manager answered one question after another about rookie sensation Yasiel Puig and simply ran out of ways to describe what he witnessed. So, he indulged in a little bit of hyperbole. "What do you want me to say? He's the..." June 25
Even if/when Kemp and Crawford return, Puig will probably remain in major leagues, according to Mattingly.
ESPN Los Angeles "It has been suggested that Yasiel Puig's rage during Tuesday's brawl with the Arizona Diamondbacks is another sign of his immaturity and, in baseball terminology, questionable "makeup." Could be, but if that's the case, why did Major League Baseball suspend Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Ian..." June 15
No announcement yet, but Puig is likely to be scratched with a sore right shoulder.
Alex Castellanos will start in RF for the injured Yasiel Puig.
L.A. Daily News "At the height of Fernandomania 32 years ago, Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda had enough on his plate managing a playoff-contending team with 25 vastly different personalities against a stacked National League with powerhouse rivals in Philadelphia, Houston, Montreal and Cincinnati. Let alone..." June 11
Foxsports.com "Does anyone else find it odd that the big-money Dodgers, like the big-money Angels a year ago, required mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from a relative novice? Compared to Yasiel Puig, Mike Trout actually was a grizzled veteran when he joined the Angels in April 2012; he had appeared in 40 games..." June 11
Los Angeles Times "Yasiel Puig is hitting .464 with four home runs and 10 runs batted in through the first seven games of his major league career. The rookie outfielder has spent every one of those games as the Dodgers' leadoff hitter. But before Sunday’s 8-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves, Manager Don Mattingly said..." June 10
Hardball Talk "Dodgers rookie sensation Yasiel Puig was at it again last night, as he ripped a game-tying solo home run to left field in the sixth inning against the Braves. In doing so, he made a little bit of history. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Puig is just the second player since 1900 to hit..." June 08
L.A. Daily News "Yasiel Puig didn't say much in English after the game Tuesday. He's been in the United States less than a year. As is the case with everything he's done in two days in a Dodgers uniform, what little Puig said in English seemed at once impressive and appropriate to the hype. Like this two-word..." June 05
L.A. Daily News "Yasiel Puig became the first Dodgers player since 2006 to collect more than one hit in his major-league debut Monday. Then the 22-year-old right fielder provided a memorable ending to a 2-1 win over the San Diego Padres in front of an announced crowd of 37,055 at Dodger Stadium. With Chris..." June 04
Foxsports.com "The team that gave us “Mannywood” is at it again. “Yasiel Puig will wear No. 66. You will not want to miss his #Dodgers debut. Trust us,” the Dodgers tweeted from their official account Sunday night, complete with a link to purchase individual game tickets at Dodger Stadium. A rival..." June 03
L.A. Daily News "The plan didn't call for Yasiel Puig to make his major-league debut today for the Dodgers. Plans change, and when they do it's nice to have a five-tool outfielder who's been crushing the ball at Double-A ready on a moment's notice. Puig was flying out Sunday from Chattanooga to make his..." June 03
Hardball Talk "Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, currently hitting .313 with a .982 OPS with the Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts, has been promoted to the big leagues, tweets Scott Miller of CBS Sports. He was not in Chattanooga’s lineup yesterday or today, fueling speculation about the promotion. Center fielder..." June 02
Los Angeles Times "Let’s get ahead of ourselves for a moment. Just because. Let’s say Matt Kemp’s hamstring strain, however severe, is enough to land him on the 15-day disabled list. Given his current struggles and the suspected weakness in his shoulder after surgery, it doesn’t sound like the worst idea. But..." May 30
#Dodgers have discussed calling up Yasiel Puig and Joc Pederson, according to Don Mattingly.
MLB.com "It's one thing to hear about Los Angeles Dodgers No. 1 prospect Yasiel Puig. It's another to see him play. I was fortunate to scout Puig (pronounced Pweeg) this past Spring Training when he was the rage of the Cactus League. He hit .517, stole bases, hit mammoth home runs and had fans eagerly..." May 14
MLB.com "Many of the Dodgers' top Minor League prospects opened the 2013 season at Double-A Chattanooga, but if you want to see them there, hurry. From the club's top 20 prospects (as ranked by MLB.com's Draft and prospect expert Jonathan Mayo), five of the top six are with the Lookouts, including Cuban..." May 06
L.A. Daily News "Authorities in Chattanooga, Tenn., arrested Dodgers prospect Yasiel Puig on charges of reckless driving, speeding and driving without proof of insurance Sunday, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff. The 22-year-old outfielder is on the roster of the Chattanooga Lookouts, the Dodgers'..." April 29
Orange County Register ""Puig Fever" has broken. The Dodgers decided spring sensation Yasiel Puig is not ready for prime time quite yet. The 22-year-old Cuban outfielder was optioned to Double-A Chattanooga on Tuesday despite a .526 spring average that ranks first in the majors (Cactus or Grapefruit..." March 27
Foxsports.com "The Dodger Beast seemingly lurks at every turn. The latest concern for rival clubs stems from the stunning spring-training performance of outfielder Yasiel Puig — and not simply because the Dodgers’ $42 million investment soon might like a bargain. No, rival executives are concerned that Puig’s..." March 26
Los Angeles Times "Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson said on Friday that he was “very excited” to watch outfield prospect Yasiel Puig. Johnson was visiting the Dodgers’ spring-training complex for the first time this spring. Puig was scheduled to bat sixth and play right field in a game against the Cincinnati Reds..." March 22
Orange County Register "Yasiel Puig has put the Dodgers in an unusual situation. For decades, teams have tried to build up buzz around their top minor-leaguers, increasing the market value (to fans and other teams alike) of those prospects, if nothing else. But Puig has put them in the position of trying to play down..." March 20
Los Angeles Times "If Carl Crawford isn't ready to play in left field when the Dodgers start their season, top prospect Yasiel Puig won't be taking his place. Asked whether Puig was under consideration for the Dodgers' opening-day roster, Manager Don Mattingly replied, "Not really, in my mind. If we're going to..." March 15
Orange County Register "Earlier this spring, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly talked about how unwise it is to be seduced by Cactus League statistics or read too much into spring performances. So it wasn't surprising that he wouldn't be drawn into the danger zone Sunday when a reporter jokingly asked where 22-year-old..." March 05
Chicago Tribune "There was plenty of commotion in international circles when the Los Angeles Dodgers gave 22-year-old outfielder Yasiel Puig a seven-year, $42 million contract last summer. Puig, however, hit a triple Saturday in his first exhibition game against the Chicago White Sox, and Sox shortstop Alexei..." February 25
True Blue L.A. "One of the first things noteworthy about Yasiel Puig when seeing him up close is his size. The Dodgers list the 22-year-old Cuban outfielder as 6'3, 215 pounds, but in proximity looks more like an NFL linebacker. The other thing that is evident is his raw talent. But despite their $42 million..." February 18