Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers blasted a drive to deep center and casually trotted down the first-base line. When the ball failed to leave the yard and caromed off a leaping Jacoby Ellsbury, he turned on the afterburners to sprint around the bases for a stand-up inside-the-park home run.
He was able to do this because he wasn’t weighed down by either an extraneous L in his first name or batting gloves. Carlos Beltran’s complete disinterest in participating in the play from right field didn’t hurt either.
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