Dodgers' Puig makes obscene gesture at Cleveland fans

He also had two middle fingers directed at some fans in Cleveland, after the Los Angeles outfielder hit a second-inning home run.

Who knows who the fan was, what was said, or why Puig made a decision to take action on it.

After the game, Puig admitted to stooping down the hecklers' level.

"People were talking to me before the home run, and then after the home run they kept talking", he said. It happened suddenly. It came out. "They were pretty close there". He realizes he could face a fine from Major League Baseball for his actions.

After hitting the home run to right-center field, Puig appears to flip double middle fingers to someone in the crowd in Cleveland.

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he didn't see the gesture and asked jokingly, "Are you sure it wasn't No. 1 he was signaling?"

Puig's second inning blast put the Dodgers up 2-0. That was definitely the case on Tuesday night when the Los Angeles Dodgers faced off with the Cleveland Indians.

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