Yasiel Puig's bloop single didn't even drive in a run. He still flipped his bat , sprinted to first and triumphantly pointed back at his dugout, where the cheering Los Angeles Dodgers pointed right back while the crowd chanted his name.
Some of baseball's norms just don't apply to the exuberant Puig. Or to the Dodgers, who are getting huge offensive contributions from practically every spot in their lineup.
The Cuban slugger is just one purring component of a machine that has the Dodgers on the brink of an even bigger celebration.
Puig had three hits and drove in two runs, Austin Barnes added a key two-run double and the Dodgers used another relentless hitting...