Dodgers links: Yasiel Puig continues to amaze

Stephen Dunn

The two home runs and five RBI by Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig on Tuesday has everyone buzzing.

All Yasiel Puig, all the time.

Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times talked with general manager Ned Colletti about "the plan" for Puig.

Scott Miller at CBS Sports wrote of Puig, "The Dodgers are still in last place. But suddenly, 48 hours after the kid's arrival, the possibilities again seem limitless."

Ron Cervenka at Think Blue LA interviewed longtime Dodgers scout Mike Brito, "the man who discovered" Puig.

If you want to relive Puig's first home run and his subsequent celebration in GIF form, Marc Normandin at SB Nation is your man.

Roberto Baly at Vin Scully is my Homeboy has some videos as well.

Jon Weisman at Dodger Thoughts wasn't quite ready for Puig's breakneck pace of production.

Mike Petriello at Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness compared Puig's start to 2006 Matt Kemp.

Bill Hanstock at SB Nation continued his attempts to draw sports logos from memory with the Dodgers, a series as bizarre and fun as it sounds.

In other news, Bill Shaikin of the Times reported on a judge ruling the Dodgers must disclose their financial relationship with Frank McCourt.

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