Yasiel Puig hit a home run. Then he added a gesture at the end of it, but it wasn’t a thumbs up. Puig gave someone the ol’ double bird as he ran to first base. But who is Puig flipping off? He could be flipping off in the direction of the fans in Cleveland, which is not a good look. But it also looks like he’s directing his middle fingers towards the Indians’ opposing dugout. He could be telling that to one of this teammates jokingly. Puig later told reporters he flipped off a person in the stands who was heckling him before he hit the home run. Yasiel Puig said he was getting heckled. “I reacted that way,” he said. “I stooped to their level… Next »
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