Yasiel Puig says Reds teammates encouraged him to bat flip, celebrate

A culture war in Major League Baseball has been brewing regarding celebrations throughout the sport. Some players and fans like celebrations, while others are greatly opposed to it. The matter is especially divided along cultural lines, with humbleness and respect for the game/opponents part of the fabric of American baseball, while celebrations are encouraged and very much a part of the game in some international leagues. Yasiel Puig is one of the players at the center of this issue, as he’s been rubbing opponents — and his own team at times — the wrong way with his celebrations and actions on the field. Puig understands this and tried to conform to the preferred style in MLB, but he says his Cincinnati Reds teammates encouraged him to return to his celebratory roots because they recognized it produced greater results. Puig was in San Fernando, Calif. last week ahead of the Reds’ series against the Los Angeles Angels for the groundbreaking of “Puig’s House,” a community center his Wild Horse Children’s Foun

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