Fantasy baseball 2014 team previews: Tampa Bay Rays

Will Wil Myers be able to bounce back from his playoff gaffe against the Red Sox to improve on his rookie season?
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Ryan Hanigan, C -- The former Reds catcher hit just .198 in 75 games with the Reds last season, but even so, he's already the best hitting catcher the Rays have. He's excellent defensively, also, which means he can take over the main duties from Jose Molina. Don't believe the batting average from last season, as he hit .279 in the three years (786 at-bats) beforehand.

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