OK, all together, very slowly, exhale ...
Yes, it appears the Dodgers faithful can relax, Yasiel Puig surviving his latest outfield wall collision and pronounced the ever useful day-to-day after precautionary X-rays on his left hip were negative Wednesday.
Which doesn't mean the Dodgers didn't have a very scary moment over their young sensation.
In the fifth inning Puig retreated awkwardly on a line drive by Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado at Coors Field, turning at the last instance to make a leaping catch and then hitting the wall almost whip fashion with his left hip.
Puig threw the ball in and then fell to the warning track. After being attended by assistant trainer Nancy Flynn, he remained in the game. He batted in the sixth inning and hit a sacrifice fly, but then left the game.
Puig had already doubled and actually scored from second on a infield out and missed catch at the plate by Wilin Rosario. Named the National League player and rookie of the month earlier Wednesday, he left batting .440.
For now the Dodgers are saying Puig has a bruised hip.
This is the same ballpark where Matt Kemp crashed into the wall, ultimately leading to his shoulder surgery.