Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig and a friend run some errands in Beverly Hills. Yasiel looked to be in a good mood despite his team losing the World Series to the Boston Red Sox.
After being dumped by his representatives from the Wasserman agency in February, Puig has signed with Beverly Hills Sports Council, his new agency announced. Puig will be represented by Dan Horwits and Cesar Suarez.
Yasiel had some big hits in the World Series, especially in Game 4 when he cranked out a huge home run.
Other than that, he's been average the last two World Series.
He has every reason to smile, In 2018, Puig earned a base salary of $7,500,000, while carrying a total salary of $9,214,285.
That would put a smile on anyone's face. World Series win or loss.