A study of Wil Myers career is only seven games and six days old, a period neither long enough to draw conclusions nor revealing enough to produce guarantees.
He received his promotion before stepping onto two of the most storied fields the majors can offer: Welcome to the big stage, the Tampa Bay Rays seemingly told him, before appearances at Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium. Get used to it, because you will deal with this the rest of your career.
Perhaps, then, it was appropriate that the first glimpses of the 22-year-old prized outfield prospect came with a backdrop of history. His introduction to the majors was a moment when Myers past following the game and his future within it intersected, a time when he allowed himself to glance at Fenway Park in pregame stretches before his debut last Tuesday afternoon and think, Im in the big leagues. This is awesome.
How big, how awesome, his presence becomes with the Rays will be, of course, entirely up to him. He comes with great pote...