5. Yasiel Puig (2013-2018)
The fifth best right fielder in LA Dodger history is the one the club just sent to Cincinnati in an off-season deal. Yasiel Puig or the “Wild Horse” as Dodger legend Vin Scully named him, provided plenty of flair and memorable moments during his time in Dodger blue. Puig was an international signing in 2012 by Ned Colletti and while his seven-year deal seemed rich at the time, it ended up being a bargain for the Dodgers.
In his six years with the team, Puig hit 108 home runs while playing stellar defense and he provided Dodger fans with plenty of defensive web gems with most featuring his rocket arm. Puig is the Dodgers’ all-time leader in postseason games played and this past postseason he hit a big home run that led the team to a series-clinching win in game seven of the NLCS. Puig provided plenty of highlights, bat licks, and bat flips during his time in blue and goes down as the fifth best right fielder in LA Dodger history.