The Dodgers 15th annual community service week kicked off Monday and will be making it’s way through Los Angeles all week. City Hall meetings, batting practice for first responders and helping those in need are on the agenda, with many more planned.
Tuesday was Yasiel Puig’s turn to put his own stamp on the caravan. The Dodger right-fielder surprised customers at a Glendale McDonald’s Tuesday by taking orders and working the grill.
There were so many people that showed up to see Puig that he joked, “People need to go to work,” as he thanked all the families in the Los Angeles area for the support.
Stop by @McDonalds in Glendale (Colorado St.)...@Dodgers OF @YasielPuig is out here serving the fans #DodgersLoveLA pic.twitter.com/bIhlaflyb0— AM 570 LA Sports (@AM570LASports) January 23, 2018
Below are some of the highlights:
Making Big Macs with @YasielPuig! #PuigYourChef pic.twitter.com/uTOclkC8Ax— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) January 23, 2018
The #DodgersLoveLA Tour rolls on with a surprise appearance from @YasielPuig at @McDonalds in Glendale pic.twitter.com/xiIcFUvAM6— AM 570 LA Sports (@AM570LASports) January 23, 2018
“Yasiel, is this the @Dodgers’ year?” #DodgersLoveLA pic.twitter.com/FpEtRxnMCo— AM 570 LA Sports (@AM570LASports) January 23, 2018