Dodgers Phenom Caps Off Debut In Coolest Possible Way

Nice arm, rookie.

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Yasiel Puig, the Cuban prospect whom the Dodgers signed to a $42 million contract last year, was tearing up the minors when Los Angeles called him up to make his debut last night. It went pretty well.

Be sure to watch the whole sequence because then you get to hear Vin Scully say, "There is one happy Cuban!" and you wouldn't want to miss that.


BONUS FACT: Puig hails from Cienfuegos, Cuba, which was represented for decades by the beloved Cienfuegos baseball team. Its rallying call: "The pace of the elephant is slow, but crushing!"