CHICAGO -- Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was a late scratch from Wednesday night's 5-2 winover theCubsdue to an open callus on his left hand.
Puig, who is right-handed, left the field during batting practice with one of the Dodgers' athletic trainers, his hand bandaged.
Puig opened the callus in his first at-bat in Monday night's game here and has received treatment for it the past two days.
Alex Guerrero replaced Puig in the Dodgers' lineup batting fifth and playing left field.
Andre Ethier moved from left to Puig's customary right-field position.
Puig missed 38 games earlier this season with a strained left hamstring.
Dodgers' Yasiel Puig out vs. Cubs with callus on nonthrowing hand
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