Los Angeles Dodgers phenom outfielder Yasiel Puig was arrested on the morning of Saturday, Dec. 28, in Collier County, Fla. for reckless driving—his second such charge of 2013. 

NBC 2 News in Florida has the report:

Dave Osborn of the Naples Daily News provides his mugshot:

Per Florida Highway Patrol officials (via the NBC 2 report), the 23-year-old Dodgers star was arrested around 9:30 a.m. after being pulled over for driving 110 mph in a 70 mph zone. He was driving a 2013 Mercedes in Alligator Alley, which is located in the southern part of Florida. 

In April of 2013, shortly before he was called up to the major leagues, he was charged with speeding, reckless driving and driving without proof of insurance, per the Los Angeles Times‘ Kevin Baxter.

”We’re aware of it,” Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said following Puig’s first arrest. “We take it seriously. We’ll be handling discipline internally.”

The Cuban star has a bright future in the major leagues. 

In 104 games during his rookie season, he hit an impressive .319/.391/.534 to go with 19 home runs, 42 RBI, 66 runs scored and 11 stolen bases. He also provided tremendous defense—most notably a rocket arm—in right field and was a major catalyst in L.A.’s season turnaround when he was brought up in June. 

There have been suspicions about his maturity (he was assigned a mentor last spring, according to Baxter), however, and the youngster needs to stay out of trouble and make smarter decisions off the diamond if he is going to continue to climb the ranks in MLB

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