Ask Gary: We’ll watch Myers for a long time

by Gary Shelton on March 28, 2015 · 2 comments

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Do you hear anything from your San Diego buddies, or others, about how Wil Myers is looking so far in spring training? This will be an interesting story to keep tabs on.​ It's part of that three-way trade brought Souza and Rivera here and they've looked pretty good thus far.
Robert McDowell
It's spring training. Everyone is the MVP on a new team, aren't they? Myers, too. He's drawn a lot of ink this spring. So far, he's

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John Garvey March 28, 2015 at 11:16 am

Gary, St. Lovie has GOT to know how frustrating it is for fans, season ticket holders, to hear him talk. He says nothing worthwhile or babbles like on of Tennyson’s brooks about the PLAYOFFS when the Buccaneers haven’t won three games in November. Well, he DID stop that nonsense by Christmas at least. I’m willing to see how this season goes, how the improvements the new OC, FA pickups and of course the draft brings. But there had better BE improvement. In the form of winning games, and a fair amount of home games.

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Cecil DeBald March 28, 2015 at 7:36 am

I loved the Olympics, summer but especially winter, when it was an amateur affair (even if the Russians seemed to have all their athletes in their armed forces…) and many events were obscure and unique. Less so now with professional athletes and professional team sports.

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