Editor's note: The above video from Feb. 3 analyzes Puig's thoughts on the Giants-Dodgers rivalry.
The Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the Reds on Thursday, but they lost their starting right fielder in the process.
Yasiel Puig, who strained his hamstring running out an infield single in the ninth, was officially placed on the 15-day disabled list, the team announced on Friday.
This is the same injury that forced Puig to miss a month-and-a-half of action earlier this season, as well as a couple games last week.
The Dodgers have recalled infielder Jose Peraza to take Puig's place on the roster.
With the young Cuban out of action, rookie Joc Pederson -- who recently lost his starting job to Enrique Hernandez -- and veteran Carl Crawford should see more time in the outfield.
Puig's third season in the majors has not lived up to expectations, as the right fielder is hitting just .256 with 11 home runs in 277 at-bats. He has played better of late, though, hitting safely in 10-straight games.
The Dodgers are currently 2.5 games ahead of the Giants in the NL West. The two teams will kick off a three-game series on Aug. 31 and again on Sept. 28 to finish out the regular season.