Found March 26, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
Picking the Rookie of the Year is far and away the most difficult of any of the three major awards dished out in MLB. Last year, the winner in each league didn't even make the Opening Day roster for their respective club. The conensus pick among our staff is another guy who won't open the year on his team's Opening Day roster: WIl Myers of the Rays. Myers is far and away the favorite to win the award this season. The savvy Rays are starting Myers in AAA to start the year due in part to a wrist injury that has slowed him down over the past week or so, but the general consensus is that he'll be up sooner rather than later. especially if Tampa Bay's offense struggles to start 2013. The 22-year old Myers is a monster that smashed 37 homers over AA and AAA in 2012 with the Royals along with walking at a 10% clip, and he's going to be a superstar in the majors. Tampa Bay hasn't had a homegrown, pure power hitting outfielder in their team history (unless you...
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