I don’t agree but good to hear another side f the argument

Antwan Staley

Yasiel Puig has been exciting to watch ever since he’s been promoted from Class AA Chattanooga on June 2. In 32 games played for the Los Angeles Dodgers he’s hitting, .409 with eight homeruns and 19 RBIs. While he’s had an exciting start to his career, he has no business playing in the MLB All-Star game.

My first issue with Puig even being on the all-star final vote is the lack of games he’s played. He hasn’t even played half of the MLB season thus far, but  fans want him in the all-star game?  He has been nothing more than a flash in the pan so far.

While Puig is hitting .409, he doesn’t even qualify for the batting title because of the lack of games he’s played.  Dodger teammate Hanley Ramirez stats are comparable to Puig’s, but he isn’t getting the chance to play in the summer classic. In 32 games, Ramirez is hitting .410 with seven homeruns and 20 RBIs in 27 less…

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