Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, slugger, and overall weird guy Yasiel Puig finds himself without an agent this morning, as his previous representation have unceremoniously dropped the 27-year-old Cuban star.

Puig was repped by the Wasserman Group until they announced on Thursday morning that had cut ties with the controversial player, citing the decision was “behavior-related.” There have been no further details revealed about what incident or incidents could have provoked such a move.

From Chris Cotillo of SB Nation:

Puig has had numerous incidents in his young MLB career so far, including provoking other players with overly dramatic bat flips, getting into a bar fight, making an obscene gesture towards fans in Cleveland, and posting social media pictures of himself partying after the Dodgers sent him down to AAA in 2016. He surged back into the Dodgers lineup in 2017, and was pivotal in a NLCS win over the Cubs. His bat went quiet in the World Series though, as the Dodgers fell to the Houston Astros in seven games.

Neither Puig or the Dodgers have commented on this latest development. He is expected to report to Dodgers Spring Training in a week or so.