Even thought the Dodgers are in the throws of their first World Series since 1988, Yasiel Puig still has plenty of time for the fans.
Puig took time out of his schedule to honor a Dodger super fan who'd been killed in the Las Vegas massacre. Laura Shipp's family and friends were the one's who put it all together.
The Dodger signed a baseball in honor of Shipp, writing "To Laura, RIP."
"We're told Puig heard about Laura's story and last night decided to do something for her son Corey -- a Marine reservist," TMZ writes.
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