Yasiel Puig has cooled off a bit since his torrid start, but the Los Angeles Dodgers are still hot and have climbed their way to just a half-game back of the Arizona Diamondbacks for the NL West lead.
The Dodgers will look to keep up their winning ways in a three-game series starting Monday on the road against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Los Angeles is 20-5 in its last 25 games, including a three-game winning streak coming out of the all-star break. Toronto is going in the opposite d
irection with losses in six of its last seven games including three straight losses out of the break.