Three years ago former Phillies pitcher Brett Myers retired from Major League Baseball. His career started in Philadelphia when he was drafted by the Phillies as the 12th pick in first round of the 1999 amateur draft. He made his major league debut on July 24th, 2002 as a 21-year-old and quickly became a household name. Myers was never a 20-game winner or potential Hall of Famer...
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June 21, 2016
Embed from Getty Images Number 41 is typically a number that is reserved for pitchers. The Phillies in recent years had the number worn by the likes of Mike Williams, Erik Plantenberg, Jim Poole, Jason Boyd, Brett Myers, Williams again, and then Gavin Floyd. Myers and Floyd switched to 39...
“I can taste the midnight on your lips. What the hell does that mean, man? What the hell does midnight taste like?” chuckles former Major League pitcher Brett Myers, as he references a lyric from a popular Jason Aldean song. Not one to speak in mixed metaphors, Myers has left his 12-year career — one […]
After logging 12 seasons in the MLB, Brett Myers disappeared from the game after his release from the Indians in 2013. He never...
On January 4, 2013, one day after the Indians signed Nick Swisher to a team record deal, the Indians signed veteran right hander Brett Myers to a one year, $7 million deal. Myers proved to be an absolute disaster, appearing in four games making three starts while giving up 10 home runs in just 21.1 innings. He experienced elbow problems and was eventually placed on the 60-day DL...
Former Phillies pitcher Brett Myers just dropped his new single for the masses. That's right, Myers has turned his post pitching life to country music and for the holidays, put out a new single for us to enjoy. So if you so desire click here to sample our former World...
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