Padres’ Wil Myers buys about 100 drinks for fans at San Diego bar after NLDS win
For the first time since 1998, the San Diego Padres are playing in the NLCS, and the team’s longest-serving player made sure to take the opportunity to celebrate.
After the underdog Padres defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 4 of an NLDS, Wil Myers and his wife went out on the town and stopped at a bar.
Myers was in such a festive mood that he decided to foot the bill for about 100 fans at the Social Tap near the Padres’ home stadium, Petco Park.
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According to FOX’s Ken Rosenthal, Myers paid $1,400 for fans’ drinks at the bar.
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Paying that tab didn’t put a big dent in Myers’ finances. He is playing on a 6-year, $83 million contract with the Padres after joining the team in 2015 and being named All-Star in 2016.
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The former AL Rookie of the Year hasn’t been a big factor on the field this postseason. He is batting .087 and has struck out 10 times in six games.
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On Wednesday, San Diego trailed Philadelphia 1-0 in the NLCS.