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This time it was potential injury, and although it did not appear serious, it hasn't been ruled out.
Puig was on time for batting practice and back in the lineup Saturday against the
Puig, however, did not know how accurate the throw was and decided to slide
“He’s one of those guys, he sees the finish line and he just goes for it,” first baseman
Unfortunately, his left thumb caught part of the bag and he was slow getting up. He knelt over, hands on his knees, and took awhile before walking back to the bag. Soon afterward he was picked off at first.
He remained in the game, however, and played all nine innings. Puig didn't think the injured thumb was serious, but the Dodgers did have X-rays taken after the game. A team spokesman said the X-rays had not been reviewed by a doctor and the results would not be made available until Sunday.