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By Kerry Thomas, Padres Correspondent, Wed, Dec 17th 10:58pm EST

The Tampa Bay Rays were involved in a three team deal today, pending physicals, trading OF Wil Myers, C Ryan Hanigan, and minor leaguers to the Padres. Key players in return include OF Steven Souza from the Nationals, C Rene Rivera and RHP Burch Smith from the Padres. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: OF Steve Souza, the 2014 AAA IL MVP, should have the most fantasy impact and will replace Myers in RF. He is considered a toolsy player, with the potential of a 15-20 HR and 20 SB season if he stays healthy. C Rene Rivera would only have value in deep 2 catcher leagues. P Burch Smith will likely spend most the season in the AAA Durham rotation.

Wil Myers News & Advice

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Razzball | Dec 18th, 8:01am
It's beginning to feel like it's not an offseason without a trade of Wil Myers. In three short years, he's gone from the Royals to the Rays and now on to the Padres. Only place he can go from the Padres is the Tokyo Yakult Swallows. They would hope Myers could carry them against their most hated rivals, the Yakuza Spits. The Miller Lite-inspired commercials between the Spits and Swallows in Japan...
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Fake Teams | Dec 18th, 4:16am
Ray offers his thoughts on the fantasy impact of the huge three team trade that happened earlier today. So, this offseason is probably going to go down as one of the more active offseasons in terms of players changing addresses in quite some time. Earlier today, we saw the biggest trade of the offseason, involving three teams, the Padres, Rays and Nationals. Oh, and Wil Myers, the 2013 American League...
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MLB.com | Dec 18th, 12:40am
The Padres have looked at Wil Myers' stellar 2013 season a few dozen times the last couple of days as they worked toward acquiring him from the Rays. They did just that on Wednesday by completing a massive three-team, 11-player deal with the Rays and Nationals. If these things came with guarantees, they wouldn't be nearly as much fun.
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MLB.com | Dec 17th, 10:46pm
A pair of first-year general managers and one who has been around the block pulled off a stunning 11-player, three-team trade on Wednesday that involved the Padres, Nationals and the Rays. For the Padres, the trade was all about getting Wil Myers, the 24-year-old who first tore through the Royals' system, was traded to the Rays and became the AL Rookie of the Year in 2013.
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Rotoworld | Dec 17th, 10:33pm
According to Jim Bowden of ESPN and SiriusXM, the three-team Wil Myers trade is "done."
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MLB.com | Dec 17th, 10:26pm
Having already landed one big bat for their lineup for next season in Matt Kemp, could the Padres be closing in on another? A source told MLB.com on Wednesday that the Padres agreed to a three-team, 11-player trade with the Rays and Nationals, with the centerpiece being outfielder Wil Myers heading to San Diego.
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Rotoworld | Dec 17th, 9:40pm
According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays are "down to two scenarios" for a Wil Myers trade.
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ESPN | Dec 17th, 5:05pm
The San Diego Padres are closing in on a trade to acquire outfielder Wil Myers from the Tampa Bay Rays, two baseball sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
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Rotoworld | Dec 17th, 3:49pm
ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reported that the Rays and Padres were "nearing the finish line" on a trade involving Wil Myers.
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Rotoworld | Dec 17th, 1:14am
Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan reports that there is "significant optimism" a potential trade sending Wil Myers to the Padres will get done and is "very close" to being completed.
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MLB.com | Dec 17th, 12:43am
According to multiple reports, the San Diego Padres are discussing a "significant trade" involving Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers.
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Rotoworld | Dec 16th, 10:45pm
According to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the Rays and Padres are discussing a "significant trade" that would involve outfielder Wil Myers heading to San Diego.
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Baseball Professor | Dec 16th, 12:00pm
Wil Myers is a difficult player to project given his two divergent seasons and lack of major league experience, so how do we think he'll fare in 2015?