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Yasiel Puig delivers in his return from injury; Dodgers defeat Braves, 5-1

ATLANTA - On his first night back from the disabled list, Yasiel Puig received an offer from Alex Wood. If Puig could supply a home run on Saturday night, as Wood toiled on the mound against the Atlanta Braves, Wood would greet him a bearhug. Puig met his end of the bargain, blasting a two-run homer in the sixth inning of a 5-1 victory. As he traded high-fives with his teammates, Puig was ambushed by Wood inside the clubhouse.

"I like it," Puig said. "It's OK."

After missing three weeks

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