“The bettor is the first to know that he will not win”… El Cumanes, the famous bookmaker.
Question of the Week: Since 2008, Cienfuegos, Yasiel Puig has roamed professional baseball in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Korea, the minors and the major leagues. How much have you charged for your services?
Answer: Puig received $67,984,000 in cash in addition to transportation, housing, food and annexes.
The New Port Coast, California Department of Justice reported that Puig, who now plays in Korea, will face at least five years in prison. It is published by “Larry Brown Sports”.
He will receive two sentences for being part of an illegal gambling network and lying to a judge.
He bet hundreds of thousands of dollars playing in the Major Leagues. Nothing else in 2019, he paid $282 thousand 900 for the loss in his bets.
It is unknown how commissioner Rob Manfred will handle the matter, but Yasiel is guilty, or more so than Pete Rose, who is banned from baseball for life.
Puig, who played for the Dodgers from 2013-18 and the Reds and Indians in 2019, became more famous in the baseball world for his misdeeds than for his achievements on the field.
He has had several difficulties with the police, including walking down a highway in his underpants and urinating on public roads, attempting to assault a police officer, and hitting a woman.
This 31-year-old Cuban, who dyes his hair red, would have played successfully in nearly 20 Major League seasons, but he found that level intolerable, so he took refuge in Korean baseball with the Kiwoom Heroes. . He was broke through gambling, despite having nearly $70 million in cash from his gambling.
Official information on the case indicates that Puig was part of an illegal gambling network led by a minor league player, whom he has not publicly identified. Operations were staffed by several former professional athletes and clients, active professional athletes. Bets were in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Yasiel Puig made his Major League debut with the Dodgers on June 3, 2013, and will turn 32 in a few days, on December 7th. His last game in the Major Leagues with the Indians was on September 27, 2019.
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