Yasiel Puig's shortest home run prior to the All-Star Break was 390 feet. Only he and Jay Bruce were the only two players to hit 10-plus home runs all traveling at least 390 feet.
Home run and fly ball distance are definitely something to pay attention to as it helps to differentiate between the true power hitters and those just taking advantage of ballpark dimensions, etc. Puig is definitely a special talent and his skill set is top of the line. The real question is how close to his ceiling are we seeing, and if we're not there right now, how much more can we expect? He's only 23-years-old, so technically, we've got another three or four years before he hits his physical prime. The steals will probably drop off as that time approaches, but the power is likely to continue developing.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Tyler Johnson (ankle) was a limited in Tuesday's practice.
The news of Johnson being limited should not (yet) have an effect on fantasy teams. Johnson has a career game on Monday, scoring 26 points against the Suns but managed to tweak his ankle in the process. He's worth keeping an eye on and if he is able to string together a few more solid performances, Johnson could be worth a prospective add. Analysis: Keith Tro