Just because it's predictable, doesn't make it any less painful.
Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers' hard-charging outfielder, was left stunned and glossy-eyed after attempting to make a game-saving catch and running hard into the outfield wall in Miami on Sunday.
The Dodgers are taking a wait-and-see approach to Puig, officially listing him as day to day.
In a tie game in the bottom of the ninth Sunday, Puig sprinted to the right-field corner and came close to making a brilliant catch of what proved to be Jeff Baker's game-winning double.
Puig runs with great speed and has already had his share of outfield collisions in just his second season, but this one left him falling in a heap on the warning track after missing the ball by inches.
He remained there for a while. Relievers
Puig was seen by a doctor after the game and the Dodgers said he was negative for a concussion test. Still looking stunned, he did not talk to reporters in Miami.
The Dodgers said he hit the left side of his head and lower leg.
“He hit the wall good,” Manager
"I'm sure they're checking everything."