Time to give Dayton a call

According to the Boston Herald’s Michael Silverman, the Royals may be willing to deal prized prospect Wil Myers, a right-handed hitter with immense potential.

It would take a lot to get him, perhaps even Julio Teheran AND Randall Delgado. So be it. The Braves have pitching to spare and Myers would be a perfect fit in the line-up, filling a major hole with a minimum salary. That would give FW the option to overspend on Bourn — he’s going to overspend on someone, after all.

He split last year between Double-A Northwest Arkansas and Triple-A Omaha, batting a combined .314 with 37 homers and a .987 OPS.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. roadrunner48 says:

    Apparently, he played CF last year. I wonder if he’s any good over there.

    I’d be happier with dealing one of the pitchers along with Ahmed and Salcedo.

  2. stew says:

    Wil Myers is arguably the best scenario for left field. Throw in Cain or Revere.

  3. roadrunner48 says:

    Cain is the better player of those two. I’d be much happier with him than with Cain, or for that matter, Upton.

  4. stew says:

    Centerfield is the least of my concerns if we secure Myers. I’d rather have the elite defender with the lowest cost. Let’s get it done.

  5. Jack Straw says:

    Brad Komminsk tore up minor league pitching. The big league diet of nasty breaking pitches at the knees separates the wheat from the chaff. Is Myers truly a can’t-miss guy?

  6. Jon S. says:

    The Braves have plenty of pitching. If the Royals are trading Myers, it’s time for the Braves to acquire him.

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