Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig is at the center of controversy just two games into the season.
Puig and Dodgers teammate Juan Uribe were seen leaving Greystone Manor in Hollywood on Sunday night, shortly after they returned from Australia following the Dodgers’ season-opening series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, TMZ.com reported.
Puig left Saturday’s game in the ninth inning because of an alleged injury, but Dodgers manager Don Mattingly wasn’t convinced. Mattingly referred to the right fielder as “the boy who cried wolf,” implying he’s never certain whether or not his injuries are real.
Puig’s clubbing adventures likely will cause more tension between him and Mattingly, as the 23-year-old appeared to be in good health outside the club.
Check out Puig driving his Rolls Royce out of Greystone Manor in the video below.