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After jacking a huge home run against the Twins last night, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig returned to the dugout to give his hitting coach, Turner Ward, a big ol’ kiss. The homer was Puig’s 19th of the season, which matches his single-season career high.

Puig’s been having a better season than he had last year, which isn’t saying much. We can all agree that 2016 Puig was a disaster, and an alarming warning that the once-prodigious outfielder might just be a bust. In June, Puig told ESPN The Magazine that the Dodgers have “wanted to change so many things about me that I feel so off. I don’t feel like the player I was in 2013.” Depressing, but honest.

The Dodgers’ broadcast booth discussed Puig’s relationship with Ward, highlighting that Puig is apparently very close with the coach and works closely—and cooperatively—with him.