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No flipping as Dodgers' Yasiel Puig flops in All-Star Home Run Derby
No flipping as Dodgers' Yasiel Puig flops in All-Star Home Run Derby

The Dodgers ought to consider a new organizational strategy for the Home Run Derby. Just say no. The Dodgers' derby futility continued Monday, when Yasiel Puig was shut out. For all the anticipation over the degree of flourish in a derby bat flip, zero home runs meant zero bat flips. INTERACTIVE: Home run derby 'shot' chart Puig said he was not embarrassed by failing to hit even a single home run. "No, not at all," he said. "It's my first All-Star game. I came here to have fun." So much so, he said, that he did not even line up a pitcher until Monday. He had asked Rob Flippo, the Dodgers' batting practice pitcher, but he said Flippo...

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