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Meet Tampa Bay Rays' Wil Myers

How did Wil Myers fare against teammate Evan Longoria in ping pong? What does Myers think about manager Joe Maddon's nicknames for him? Why so much fuss about his hair? Besides bashing baseballs, does Myers have any other skills? Get to know the Rays outfielder in our Meet the Rays video.

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Meet Tampa Bay Rays' Wil Myers 03/24/14 [Last modified: Monday, March 24, 2014 9:49am]
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