Setting expectations for Wil Myers
It’s not surprising that the Rays waited until mid-June to promote the prize piece of the much-discussed offseason trade that sent James Shields, Wade Davis and other parts to the Kansas City Royals. This made sense from a financial aspect, if not performance. The guy was ready last year, but the Royals clearly did not agree. But now that Myers is getting the opportunity with the Rays to start what figures to be a long career manning right field and hitting for power, what should fantasy owners expect the final three-plus months of the season?
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