Yasiel Puig has found the party in the Pacific Coast League.
Days after a demotion to the minors, the unpredictable Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder posted videos to his Snapchat account Monday night of him partying with his new Triple-A teammates. The series of videos followed Oklahoma City's 3-2 loss at the Iowa Cubs.
Puig began by posting a video of him shirtless in the team's locker room, smiling and saying: ''It's so funny. We lose today, and everybody's happy.''
Videos posted later showed Puig and his teammates dancing, singing and chanting, often using profanity.
A banner on one of the videos reads, ''I Love this Team.''
Puig was optioned to Oklahoma City last week after the Dodgers could not find a taker for him before the non-waiver trade deadline. He went 2 for 4 in his first game with Oklahoma City on Sunday and was 0 for 3 on Monday.
A major league All-Star in 2014, the 25-year-old Puig has been physically limited this season and largely inconsistent when healthy, batting .260 with seven homers in 81 big league games. The Cuban slugger signed a $42 million, seven-year contract in June 2012.