He is fast. Someone apprehend Wil Myers because he is a straight up thief.
During the Padres’ game against the Phillies, with the team clinging to a 1-0 lead in the fourth, Myers went to town on the base paths and stole second base, third base, and home in the same inning.
Thievery!@wilmyers steals second. And then third. And then home. pic.twitter.com/wH5tg1FuOL — MLB (@MLB) August 16, 2017
His attempt at home wouldn’t have been possible without a pickle going down between first and second base, and he still had to make a targeted slide into home in order to avoid the tag attempt.
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