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LOS ANGELES -- Having been neither traded nor in the starting lineup for more than a week, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig will finally get some playing time.Puig, who is dealing with his second hamstring issue this season and his fourth in the past two years, is scheduled to be in the starting lineup Sunday for the Dodgers series finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks, manager Dave Roberts said.Puig has not started a game since July 20 at Washington. The following day, after entering that game as a reserve, he tweaked his right hamstring running up the first-base line.?Puig has come to the plate just three times since, including Friday night as a pinch hitter against the Diamondbacks. He was retired each time.I dont feel hes 100 percent, and every day weve given him hes gotten better and better, Roberts said. If theres a chance he could regress, then Im not going to put him in there.Its just balancing the fact I dont think hes a DL, but I dont want to put him in harms way.According to media reports, the Dodgers are listening to teams that might be interested in acquiring Puig, who burst upon the major league scene in 2013, and remained productive into the 2014 season, but has largely underachieved since.A hamstring issue on each leg last year reduced his season to 79 games. Puig batted .255 in 2015 with a .322 on-base percentage and a .436 slugging percentage. He has played 80 games this season around his two hamstring issues, hitting .254/.315/.375.In his 159 games over the past two seasons, Puig has hit a combined 18 home runs with 70 RBIs.The Associated Press contributed to this report. Cheap Padres Jerseys . Thats about all he can do right now, so hes trying not to think about when he might be able to play again for the Los Angeles Lakers. 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Custom San Diego Padres Jerseys .J. -- Josh Cribbs was in the Pro Bowl in February and out of a job six months later.STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- A lapse of concentration in their most recent game aside, the Canadians have melded into a contending team at the IIHF World Championship on little preparation. Canada heads into Thursdays quarter-final game with firepower on offence, an improving blue-line and goaltending capable of getting wins. The quarter-final has been Canadas stumbling block in this tournament with losses in the last three consecutive years. "We realize that," forward Steven Stamkos said. "The last three years, I think, have been early exits and its not going to get any easier." Canada awaits the conclusion of the preliminary round Tuesday to confirm its quarter-final opponent. Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban was added to the team Monday and will play in the quarter-final. A 4-3 overtime win over relegated Slovenia on Monday gave Canada 18 points from five wins, an overtime win and a shootout loss in the round robin. Unbeaten Switzerland was one point back with a game in hand. The Swiss need just a point Tuesday against Belarus to secure first place. The top four countries in each group advance to the quarter-finals with one playing four and two facing three. Host Sweden (4-2) will finish third in Canadas pool. Tuesdays game between the Czech Republic and Norway will determine the fourth quarter-finalist in Stockholm. The United States, Finland and Russia will finish top four in Helsinki, but Tuesday will determine their seedings. The fourth and final playoff berth in that pool was still up for grabs between Slovakia, Germany, France and Latvia. Because the NHLs lockout-shortened regular season ended three weeks later than usual, this Canadian team had no training camp or exhibition games. After three practices, and one of them the night they stepped off the plane, Canada was forced to become a team on the fly. They played seven games in 10 days during the round robin, including back-to-backs three times. Canadas team game improved each of the first five games. The sixth, Sundays 2-1 win over the Czech Republic, lacked the offensive fireworks of the previous games. Canada would finish no worse than second in their pool Monday regardless of the outcome against Slovenia, ranked No. 18 in the world and already relegated to the second-tier world championship next year. The Canadians sleepwalked through the first period and trailed by two goals against the Slovenians who came ready to compete. Canadas forwards are the strength of this team. Stamkos, twice the winner of the NHLs goalscoring trophy, is a threat every time he steps on the ice. His overtime goal was his second of the game and sixth of the tournament. "Obviously you dont want to start a game like that," Stamkos said. "If you do against the next opponent, youre probably going to be going home." Matt Duchene and Brenden Dillon scored Canadas other goals. Deevan Dubynk, who rotated with Mike Smith in Canadas net, made 17 saves for his fourth win of the tournament.dddddddddddd Smith faced the tougher opponents in the round robin with wins against the Czechs and Swedes and a shootout loss to Switzerland. Canadas blue-line is a work in progress and was lacking the international experience of the forwards. Vancouver Canucks defenceman Dan Hamhuis joined the team Saturday and has played the most minutes in his two games so far. His stretch pass up to Stamkos on Monday gave the forward an easy breakaway on 19-year-old Slovenian goaltender Luka Gracnar, whose 35 saves was almost enough for a historic upset. Subban, a Norris Trophy finalist as the NHLs top defenceman this season, will add more big-game experience to the blue-line. "How physically strong he is, the fact that hes a right-handed shot and should be able to help our power play shooting from the off-side, hes a tremendous weapon skating on the big ice and being a veteran player is going to help our team," Canadian head coach Lindy Ruff said. The defencemen, three of whom made their international debuts for Canada here, were a concern in Ruffs mind when the tournament began. Despite Canadas defensive gaffes in Mondays first period, Ruff is comfortable Canadas capabilities on the back end. "We wanted to be a solid defending team," he said. "That was a question mark, as young as we were on the back end, whether we could defend throughout the tournament? I think that questioned got answered. "We did a nice job eliminating situations that would have been goals against and some of those young defencemen stepped up for us." Canada ranks first in the tournament in penalty killing, but the power play has been up and down. Canada was held scoreless on four chances Monday, including three consecutive in the second period, after scoring three power-play goals against Belarus last Friday. "With the exception of that first period today, weve grown as a team," Stamkos said. "When we play well defensively we know we have the offensive talent on this team that can go down and control the puck in the offensive end and get some shots. "Wed still like to get to the net a little more, get pucks to the net. Its a bigger zone to play in and cycle, but sometimes youre in there for a minute, minute 20, we dont generate any shots." Notes: Canadian defenceman Luke Schenn served his automatic game suspension from the match penalty he took against the Czech Republic . . . The addition of Subban gives Canada nine defencemen . . . Subban won gold at the world junior hockey championships in 2008 and 2009, but this will be his first world championship . . . Slovenia is qualified for next years Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia . . . Slovenias coach is Matjaz Kopitar, the father of Los Angeles Kings centre Anze Kopitar. ' ' '

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