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Myers was under the ball and ready to make the catch when he saw center fielder Desmond Jennings out of the corner of his eye and took a few steps forward to allow Jennings to make the catch.
Jennings, who expected Myers to catch the ball, watched it bounce into the bullpen for a ground-rule double.
“I don’t know what happened,” Jennings said after Friday’s game.
It was one of the rougher nights of sleep Myers has endured for a while.
“So-so,” he said when asked how he slept. “I thought about it. I didn’t go to sleep right away. It was something on my mind. It’s tough to let something like that go. I’m looking forward to rebound [Saturday].”
Rays manager Joe Maddon approached Myers and offered some encouraging words.
“I assured him that I threw an interception once when I was in high school,” Maddon said. “Well, it was more than one, but one that was pretty critical.”