Game 119: The bullpen and Yasiel Puig’s hamstring go haywire — again.

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig is examined by Dodgers medical director Stan Conte after Puig’s hamstring stiffened on him in the eighth inning of the Dodgers’ 5-4 loss to the Oakland A’s on Monday. (Associated Press photo)

OAKLAND — The Dodgers’ bullpen imploded again, and Yasiel Puig was injured, in a 5-4 loss to the Oakland A’s on Tuesday. The box score is here.

Telling Lorenzo Bundy he was no longer the Dodgers’ third base coach wasn’t easy for Don Mattingly.

Ron Roenicke’s first game as Dodgers third base coach is tonight in Oakland.

OAKLAND — Ron Roenicke will be the Dodgers’ third base coach tonight at O.Co Coliseum, and for the rest of the 2015 season. The move was announced Monday and dissected Tuesday afternoon.

Roenicke and Mattingly discussed the when and why of the unusual in-season coaching change:

I also spoke to outgoing third base coach Lorenzo Bundy and general manager Farhan Zaidi prior to the game. More from them in a bit.

Dodgers hire Ron Roenicke as third base coach, keep Lorenzo Bundy on staff.

The Dodgers hired former Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke as their third base coach Monday. Lorenzo Bundy will remain on the bench with the title of “outfield coordinator.”

That gives the Dodgers seven uniformed coaches on the bench in addition to manager Don Mattingly, one above the major league maximum. To accommodate Roenicke, assistant hitting coach John Valentin will not be on the bench during games.

Roenicke managed the Brewers to a 342-331 record from 2011-15, before being replaced in May. The West Covina native was an outfielder in the Majors from 1981-88, including parts of three seasons with the Dodgers (1981-83). Before being named the Brewers’ skipper prior to the 2011 campaign, the 58-year-old was a longtime coach for the Angels, serving as their third base (2000-05) and bench coach (2006-10).