SAN FRANCISCO – In a statement issued by his agent Wednesday,
"I'm aware of the recent articles and new accounts. I understand that people are curious and have questions, but I will have no comment on this subject. I'm represented on this matter, and I'm only focused on being a productive teammate and helping the Dodgers win games."
Adam Katz, Puig's agent, released the statement.
Puig has never talked about how he left Cuba.
According to the magazine article, Puig received death threats last year from human traffickers under the control of a Mexican drug cartel.