Yasiel Puig is talented and available, but will the Dodgers be able to trade him?

Puig made $9.214 million in 2018. He batted .276 with 23 home runs, an .820 on-base-plus-slugging percentage, and unusual splits. Against right-handed pitchers, Puig, a right-handed hitter, batted .297 with 19 home runs and a .921 OPS in 291 plate appearances. Against lefties, the production plummeted: .209 batting average, .628 OPS, and four home runs in 153 plate appearances. Puig has not evolved into the perennial All-Star some projected he’d become early in his career — his rookie year remains his most productive offensively — but he is an above-average hitter with pop who can provide elite defense when he tries.


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