Teams that inquire about Yaisel Puig_and not Ethier_are being told by the #Dodgers that he is not available, at least not now.
Hardball Talk "This is a little bit Best Shape of His Life, a little bit all-purpose pre-spring training story. It’s from Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times, keeping us up with the Days of our Puig. The BSOHL part: the Dodgers apparently asked Puig to slim down from last year and he now looks good, down..." February 01
Los Angeles Times "lone television camera illuminated the face of Dodgers outfielder Scott Van Slyke. His grin was sheepish. His tone was contrite. "Yeah," Van Slyke said. "That was a mishap." The spotlight shone upon Van Slyke thanks to a combination of his father's loose lips and the gravitational pull of..." January 31
Yasiel Puig recently measured at 7% body fat, person close to him said. Was at 11% last year.
Los Angeles Times "he white Toyota 4Runner rolled into the parking lot at 4:03 p.m. on Tuesday, and from the passenger seat emerged Yasiel Puig. A small group awaited him near a soccer field packed with children. Puig smiled as a Dodgers official affixed a microphone to his neckline. He removed his sunglasses and..." January 27
The Score "Major League Baseball appears to be nearing decisions on discipline for Jose Reyes, Yasiel Puig, and Aroldis Chapman - the first three players to be investigated under the new domestic violence policy - with rulings expected to come down before camps open next month, according to Ken Rosenthal of..." January 08
CBS Sports "Back in November, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig sustained relatively minor injuries in a fight with a bouncer in Miami. The injuries were described as a "swollen left eye" and "minor bumps and bruises." The incident reportedly happened when the bouncer asked Puig to leave the premises after he..." December 19
TMZ "The video we posted showing a man fighting another outside of Blue Martini in Miami is not Yasiel Puig. TMZ Sports previously reported the video showed Puig based on representations made by people present at the club. But we have now determined he is not in the video. As we previously..." December 19
CBS Sports "There is some belief that the initial TMZ report about Yasiel Puig's incident may have been exaggerated. Major League Baseball is looking into it, but it's quite possible it comes to the same conclusion as the police, who walked away after determining it was just a late-night bar brawl between..." December 18
Sporting News "Yasiel Puig has been a controversial figure since joining MLB in 2013, and one former Dodger said Thursday that Puig possesses one trait that's incomparable with anyone else that's ever played the game. “He is the worst person I’ve ever seen in this game,” the player, who was not identified,..." December 10
Larry Brown Sports "It’s no secret that Yasiel Puig hasn’t exactly been Mr. Popular on the Los Angeles Dodgers. But the extent to which he has been a problem in the clubhouse is magnified by his relationship with Don Mattingly. According to a detail from ESPN’s Mark Saxon, Puig and Mattingly did not talk at all..." December 02
Hardball Talk "We have more details about Yasiel Puig‘s reported “brawl” at a bar in Miami. And while it’s a regrettable situation, it appears to be less serious than previously believed. According to Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times, Major Delrish Moss of the Miami Police Department confirmed that..." November 30
ESPN "Major League Baseball will investigate Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig under the league's domestic violence policy following a reported physical altercation with his sister, according to the Los Angeles Times. Miami police spokesman Maj. Delrish Moss confirmed to The Associated Press..." November 29
Los Angeles Times "As the Dodgers were playing their final regular-season games last month, they received word that a sidelined Yasiel Puig could return to them in time for the playoffs. On the surface, a positive development. But that wasn't how the news was received in the clubhouse. Multiple players said at..." November 22
Sporting News "Former MLB outfielder and coach Andy Van Slyke, whose son, Scott, is an outfielder for the Dodgers, delivered harsh criticism Thursday for one of his son's teammates. During an interview with a St. Louis radio station, Van Slyke trashed Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig in his claim that ace..." November 20
Los Angeles Times "The Dodgers want Yasiel Puig to resculpt his body this winter. “That’s a focus,” said Andrew Friedman, the team’s president of baseball operations. Puig was on the disabled list twice this year with hamstring injuries and played in only 79 games. Friedman cited his weight gain as a possible..." November 09
Hardball Talk "Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Tuesday that Yasiel Puig is unlikely to start over Andre Ethier or Carl Crawford in the team’s NLDS matchup with the Mets. And the Mets are throwing three righties — Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, and Matt Harvey — in the first three games of the..." October 08
Hardball Talk "Yasiel Puig appeared in just 79 games during the regular season and missed all of September with a right hamstring strain. He returned on October 3 and appeared in the Dodgers’ final two regular-season games, but that doesn’t mean he is anywhere close to 100 percent heading into the NLDS. Mark..." October 07
Covers.com "The National League West champion Los Angeles Dodgers started to prepare for their opening-round playoff series against the New York Mets, and lining up aces Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke to pitch the first two games is a given. The order in which they pitch when the series starts Friday in..." October 05
Yahoo! Sports "It's looking like Yasiel Puig might return to the Los Angeles Dodgers' lineup sometime soon, but it might not be in time for the division series in the playoffs against the New York Mets in a week. Whatever you do, don't count him out just yet. Puig hasn't played a game for Los Angeles since..." October 04
Don Mattingly said Yasiel Puig could be in LA this weekend. Had a full day at Camelback today. Even stole a base.
Mattingly said Yasiel Puig is running at 100 pct in workouts, will play 4 IP on defense in game today. Called progress "miraculous"
ESPN Los Angeles "While the Los Angeles Dodgers have all but ruled out Yasiel Puig for their first-round playoff series against the New York Mets, the outfielder will continue to work out in Arizona with an eye toward being activated in time for the National League Championship Series, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly..." September 28
Los Angeles Times "Yasiel Puig still cannot run at full speed, four weeks after he played in his last game, and the Dodgers are not counting on him to return this season. Puig, like utility man Enrique Hernandez, is rehabilitating a hamstring injury at the Dodgers' Arizona training facility. Manager Don Mattingly..." September 24
ESPN Los Angeles "The first time Yasiel Puig strained a hamstring, he missed 38 games. When he suffered essentially the same injury to the other hamstring, his right, a few months later on Aug. 27, the Los Angeles Dodgers had just 36 games left in their schedule. The math is fairly straightforward, and on..." September 06
Yasiel Puig has gone to Camelback Ranch to do his rehab #Dodgers
True Blue L.A. "The Dodgers on Friday placed outfielder Yasiel Puig on the 15-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain, suffered on Thursday afternoon against the Reds in Cincinnati. Jose Peraza was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Puig pulled up lame after beating out an infield single in the..." August 29
Appeared to reinjure the right hamstring. Now jogging down right-field line.
Sporting News "It has come to this for enigmatic Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig: He is a part-time player. Manager Don Mattingly said the reason for Puig's absence from the lineup Sunday was Pirates starter Charlie Morton's effectiveness against right-handed hitters, but the L.A. skipper also has told Puig he..." August 10
The #Dodgers have let teams know that Yasiel Puig is available in the right deal, but teams showing much more interest in their prospects.
Los Angeles Times "Yasiel Puig has played in only 53 of the Dodgers' 100 games. After spending five weeks on the disabled list because of a strained hamstring, he is batting .253 with six home runs and 22 runs batted in. "The season hasn't turned out the way I wanted," Puig said in Spanish. Now, with Friday's..." July 28
CBS Sports "Dodgers star outfielder Yasiel Puig has been assured by Dodgers higher-ups he will not be dealt this trading season, sources close to the team said. Puig, the mercurial and occasionally controversial talent, was reassured within the last couple days in New York after hearing rumors he could be..." July 26
Hardball Talk "Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times spoke with Dodgers chairman Mark Walter. The first of many topics of conversation: Yasiel Puig. Puig has been hampered by injuries this season. And, while there haven’t been any notable controversies involving the Dodgers’ right fielder this year, the..." July 17
Orange County Register "Out of Cuba and in the spotlight for three years now, Yasiel Puig already has the Internet figured out. “You probably have to do that so you have stories to write about me showing up late,” Puig said through an interpreter of his image as a problem child who doesn’t work at his game...." July 11
ESPN Los Angeles "In the clubhouse after the Los Angeles Dodgers' 3-2 loss to the Marlins on Saturday, Yasiel Puig yelled out, in Spanish and to one in particular, that he was "just a pinch hitter." Puig, of course, is no such thing. He is the Dodgers' talented and sometimes sarcastic, sometimes arrogant and..." June 28
Puig scratched because of callus on left hand.
Los Angeles Times "A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that blamed Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig for the alleged imprisonment and torture of a Cuban man. The order Monday by U.S. District Judge Kathleen M. Williams in Miami ends almost two years of legal wrangling after Miguel Angel Corbacho Daudinot sued..." June 24
Mattingly thinks Puig could return next week.
Hardball Talk "Yasiel Puig‘s first attempt at a minor league rehab assignment was halted about a month ago due to a setback with his left hamstring strain, but he’s starting to ramp things up again. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly told Ken Gurnick of MLB.com that Puig was able to run at nearly 100 percent..." June 02
Yasiel Puig has been hitting for a few days, will go to Camelback Ranch when Dodgers on road. Still feeling hamstring tightness when running
Sporting News "The Dodgers have yet to set a timetable for the return of injured outfielders Yasiel Puig and Carl Crawford, manager Don Mattingly said Friday. Puig was placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 26 after aggravating his left hamstring on April 13. According to Mattingly, Puig can't even run..." May 23
Puig said to be feeling much better. May not be that much longer. #dodgers
Mattingly said Puig will be out at least another couple of weeks.
Puig MRI confirmed setback, slowing down rehab.
Mattingly said Puig MRI showed nothing major new to hamstring injury, but called it a setback: "Obviously he wasn't as close as we thought."
Hardball Talk "Some very good news here for the Dodgers … Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports that injured outfielder Yasiel Puig has been cleared to begin a minor league rehab assignment on Thursday with the High-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Puig will serve as the DH in his first couple rehab games before..." May 07
CBS Sports "Don't let the curmudgeons win, Yasiel Puig. Keep on flipping your bat gloriously, if indiscriminately. Nobody flips his bat with more panache than Puig, a young Los Angeles Dodgers star who grew up in Cuba, where they have more panache than anyone could know what to do with. Sometimes in Major..." April 14
Los Angeles Times "This is a pretty quiet camp for the Dodgers. Once they determine the identities of their relievers, they do not have much to decide. So, when Yasiel Puig gets off to a slow spring start, that becomes an issue, at least for a day. Puig is batting .174 in his first 23 Cactus League at-bats, with..." March 19
ESPN "(Hal) McRae was the most aggressive baserunner of the 1970s, a man who left home plate thinking "double" every time he hit the ball. The rule allowing the second base umpire to call a double play if the runner from first leaves the baseline to take out the pivot man is known informally as the..." December 23
Are the Dodgers shopping Puig? You bet and the Cubs are one of several teams interested.