Myers went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and an additional run scored in Friday's win over the Giants. Myers picked up right where he left off prior to the All-Star break, reaching base three times and capping off the scoring with a solo blast to center in the fifth inning. The slugger is finally fulfilling the potential that made him a top prospect a few years ago, and his 20 home runs and 61 RBI are just two of the career-highs he has already set this season.
Myers tripled, scored twice and knocked in a run in a 4-for-5 game in Tuesday's loss to the Diamondbacks. Myers now has two four-hit games on the season, both coming against the Diamondbacks. His batting average is up to .290, which would be his best mark since his rookie season of 2013 with Tampa Bay, and his .896 OPS would be a career high by 65 points. Myers will be the Padres' lone All-Star this year and certainly deserves the honor.
Myers homered, stole a base, scored twice and knocked in three runs in a 1-for-2 game Tuesday against the Orioles. Myers drew three walks for the second time this year as well. He tied a career high with his 36th extra-base hit of the season as he has finally managed to reproduce the production he flashed in his rookie campaign with the Rays in 2013. He hit .293/.354/.478 that season, and Tuesday's performance brought his 2016 line to .284/.343/.530.
Myers went 3-for-5 with a solo homer, five RBI and two runs in Friday's 13-4 victory over the Reds. He got his banner night started with a 422 foot-shot to center in the first, and following an RBI single in the fourth, emptied the bases with an eighth-inning double that brought home Adam Rosales, Brett Wallace and Travis Jankowski. The 25-year-old has exploded in June, a month in which he's generated a .349/.420/.802 line, along with 10 homers and an astounding 28 RBI. Myers has driven in 11 runs in the last nine games alone, and 19 extra-base hits overall this month.
Myers went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and two runs in Saturday's win against the Nationals. Myers' first-inning dinger was his 16th home run of the season, giving him the team lead over Matt Kemp. The red-hot Myers also poked two doubles, including a two-run game-tying double in the eighth. He's in the midst of a ridiculous month, slashing .373/.421/.896 with nine homers, 22 RBI and 18 runs in June.