So, there was a trade -- a big trade. And it sent Yasiel Puig out of the NL West.
According to multiple national reports, the Cincinnati Reds acquired the outfielder, left-hander Alex Wood, outfielder Matt Kemp, infielder Kyle Farmer and cash from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for pitcher Homer Bailey and minor league infielder Jeter Downs and pitcher Josiah Gray.
You remember it -- Nick Hundley's shove of Puig that set off a bench-clearing altercation between the Giants and the Dodgers in August.
With Puig leaving the division, this will cut down the time the two will meet. And by the two I mean the Giants against Yasiel Puig -- he appears to be such a thorn in their side.
In 2014 alone, he slashed a .313/.387/.612 with a few home runs in 17 games. Those numbers definitely dwindled over the years, but even last season when his batting average was a minute .183, he made up for it with the tumultuous outing that caused Hunter Pence to use all of his strength to hold back the-then Giants catcher.
But at AT&T Park, Puig somehow manages to find a way to dominate.
In 162 at-bats in San Francisco, he boasts a .290 average and a .798 OPS with three homers thrown in there. That's not easy to do in a park like that.
So, Giants fans now can breathe a sigh of relief that they don't have to stress seeing Puig's productive bat or worry about booing him when he approaches the plate.
Puig still will be in town a few times this season, so it's not a goodbye, it's a see you soon.