Dodgers Video: Joc Pederson And Yasiel Puig Compete In Paintball
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With Los Angeles Dodgers position players due at Camelback Ranch by Feb. 24, leisure time is quickly going by the wayside.

For Joc Pederson, the winter months have been spent attending Golden State Warriors games, a trip to Mexico, photo shoots and more.

Meanwhile, Yasiel Puig was part of Major League Baseball’s goodwill tour in Cuba, and he recently attended a Los Angeles Lakers game.

The two outfielders were together on Sunday as they paid a visit to Hollywood Sports Park — a 28-acre paintball and airsoft park in Bellflower, Calif., complete with maps that feature movie props.

Teammates on the field, Pederson and Puig were on separate teams in their paintball match, some of which Bear Degidio captured on video:

While Pederson and Puig were the main subjects of the video, their teammate Austin Barnes and New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks were also with the group, evident by Pederson’s photo on Instagram:

@beardegidio took care of us boys for a fun day at @hollywoodsports #GTfam #gianttactical

A photo posted by Joc Pederson (@yungjoc650) on

Both young outfielders are looking to rebound from a disappointing 2015 season. Pederson began the year on a high note, but began to struggle as the season wore on and he eventually lost the starting job in center field.

Hamstring injuries and stints on the disabled list limite Puig to a career-low 79 games. Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman called Pederson and Puig wild cards for this season.