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Yasiel Puig steals a double from Mets' Wilmer Flores with diving catch

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Yasiel Puig hasn't even been in the majors for a full calendar year. And yet, it seems like the Dodgers' outfielder has already had a career's worth of highlights.

He added to that reel on Thursday when the ranged into the right-center gap and robbed Wilmer Flores of extra bases with a diving stab.

(GIF via SBNation) (GIF via @SBNation)

Puig leapt up and nearly doubled off Lucas Duda at first base. Had he done that, he would've been justified if he celebrated with a bat flip when he got back to the dugout.

As it is, this is another point in the argument for the 23-year-old Puig as the game's most scintillating player.

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