Yasiel Puig, still looking up at Frank Howard, Mike Piazza

Frank Howard, here in 1960. - Getty Images

Puig has 30 home runs in 162 career games, behind only Frank Howard and Mike Piazza for most home runs by a Dodger in their first 162 games.

Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was 1-for-4 with a walk and a run scored in Monday's win over the Reds, his 162nd career big league game. Puig's career stats, to date:

.324/.406/.552
30 home runs, 37 doubles, five triples
100 runs, 82 RBI
67 walks, 145 strikeouts
195 hits, 332 total bases
17 steals, 12 caught stealing
17 HBP, 12 outfield assists
two sacrifice bunts

But Puig has gone 10 games without a home run, his last hit on May 28. He's still stuck on 30 home runs in his career, a fine total to be sure, but one home run behind both Frank Howard and Mike Piazza for the most home runs by a Dodger in their first 162 career games.

Here is a look at the home run logs for all three players.

HR Frank Howard (1958-61) Mike Piazza (1992-93) Yasiel Puig (2013-14)
1 Game 1 (Robin Roberts, PHI) 8 (Steve Reed, SF) 2 (Clayton Richard, SD)
2 16 (Lindy McDaniel, STL) 29 (Rene Arocha, STL) 2 (Tyson Ross, SD)
3 21 (Bob Buhl, MIL) 31 (Dave Otto, PIT) 4 (Cory Gearrin, ATL)
4 28 (Jim Umbricht, PIT) 39 (Dwight Gooden, NYM) 5 (Paul Maholm, ATL)
5 38 (Mark Freeman, CHC) 42 (Jose DeLeon, PIT) 15 (Adam Warren, NYY)
6 39 (Bob Buhl, MIL) 43 (Ben Rivera, PIT) 16 (Jason Marquis, SD)
7 42 (Don Newcombe, CIN) 53 (Mark Portugal, HOU) 20 (Madison Bumgarner, SF)
8 46 (Taylor Phillips, PHI) 56 (Kevin Wickander, CIN) 27 (Adam Ottavino, COL)
9 53 (Carl Wiley, MIL) 58 (David Nied, COL) 44 (Juan Perez, TOR)
10 55 (Lew Burdette, MIL) 70 (Tom Glavine, ATL) 48 (Curtis Partch, CIN)
11 55 (Don McMahon, MIL) 71 (Greg Maddux, ATL) 51 (Hector Rondon , CHC)
12 57 (Robin Roberts, PHI) 79 (Butch Henry, COL) 68 (Dan Jennings , MIA)
13 66 (Georges Miranda, SF) 79 (Keith Shepherd, COL) 74 (Michael Bowden, CHC)
14 69 (Ernie Broglio, STL) 82 (Tom Browning, CIN) 79 (Dale Thayer, SD)
15 70 (Ron Kline, STL) 83 (Tim Belcher, CIN) 83 (Mat Latos, CIN)
16 71 (Billy O'Dell, SF) 84 (Mark Portugal, HOU) 87 (Patrick Corbin, ARI)
17 77 (Gene Conley, PHI) 97 (Tommy Greene, PHI) 94 (Brandon McCarthy, ARI)
18 82 (Jim O'Toole, CIN) 100 (Mike Draper, NYM) 97 (Tim Stauffer, SD)
19 84 (Juan Pizarro, MIL) 101 (Frank Tanana, NYM) 99 (Matt Cain, SF)
20 91 (Lew Burdette, MIL) 107 (Roger Mason, PHI) 108 (Ian Kennedy, SD)
21 103 (Bob Buhl, MIL) 111 (Frank Tanana, NYM) 119 (Josh Collmenter, ARI)
22 103 (Bob Buhl, MIL) 113 (Bryan Hickerson, SF) 124 (Jordan Lyles, COL)
23 115 (Billy O'Dell, SF) 121 (Bobby Ayala, CIN) 131 (Jacob Turner, MIA)
24 123 (Dick Ellsworth, CHC) 128 (Wally Whitehurtst, SD) 135 (Madison Bumgarner, SF)
25 129 (Mike McCormick, SF) 131 (John Smoltz, ATL) 137 (Tim Hudson, SF)
26 139 (Al Ciccotte, STL) 137 (Jeff Ballard, PIT) 138 (Tom Koehler, MIA)
27 144 (Dick Ellsworth, CHC) 141 (Allen Watson, STL) 141 (Wade Miley, ARI)
28 144 (Dick Ellsworth, CHC) 141 (Todd Burns, STL) 142 (Chase Anderson, ARI)
29 147 (Don Nottebart, MIL) 142 (Joel Johnston, PIT) 145 (Jacob deGrom, NYM)
30 152 (Red Witt, PIT) 154 (Doug Brocail, SD) 152 (Homer Bailey, CIN)
31 159 (Mike McCormick, SF) 154 (Tim Hauser, SD)
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