Jason Bay

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Famous Little League World Series Alumni

With the 2014 Little League World Series beginning next week, let’s take a look at some famous athletes and alumni who once played in the LLWS in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.


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Sandy On Presentation From Cano’s Agents: It ‘Was A Little Bit Overdone’

“We certainly have a high regard for Robinson Cano as a player,” he said. “It was my sense the presentation was a little bit overdone.”


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Ex-Met Jason Bay Designated For Assignment By Mariners

From 2010-2012, Bay hit .234 with 26 home runs in 288 games for New York. The veteran outfielder’s contract was terminated by the Mets on November 7, 2012, a year before his four-year, $66 million deal was set to expire.


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Ryan Braun Suspension: Fed-Up Players Feel ‘Mad,’ ‘Sick,’ ‘Cheated’

Not only did Braun let down scores of baseball fans Monday, he riled up players all around the majors. The guys who used to be in his corner. The guys who make up the union membership.


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Alex Rodriguez — Who Might Not Play In ’13 — Will Make More Money Than Astros

Alex Rodriguez will make more this year than all the Houston Astros combined — a lot more. And he won’t even play the first half of the season, if at all.


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B&C Morning Show: Jason Bay’s Rediscovery

Boomer suggested the Bombers contact the Mariners with regards to obtaining the services of one Jason Bay, who apparently has rediscovered his swing for Seattle.


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Veteran Outfielder Byrd Finds New Home With The Mets

The Mets have signed former PED user Marlon Byrd to a minor league deal.


Owner Fred Wilpon (L) and his son, Jeff Wilpon, of the Mets (credit: Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Report: Mets Owners Refinance $450 Million In Loans, Gain Some Financial Relief

According to the New York Post, owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz have refinanced $450 million in loans that were borrowed against SportsNet New York, the cable network which airs the vast majority of Mets game throughout the season.


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Mets 3B: Reyes’ Final Act At Citi Wasn’t Wright; Dickey A ‘Win-Win’

You can be sure David Wright’s final act at Citi Field won’t cause an eruption of boos, a la Jose Reyes, who left fans stunned after what was to be his final at-bat in a Mets jersey.


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Mets Reportedly Getting ‘Serious’ About Trading R.A. Dickey

Sources said that the Amazins’ have gotten “serious” about trading Dickey, potentially as early as this week at the Winter Meetings.


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Palladino: Personnel Affairs Symbolize That Yanks Are Winners, Mets Are Losers

The personnel affairs of the Yankees and Mets over the last two days have shown us the difference between winners and losers. Like matters on the field, things come easy for winners. The losers always struggle.


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Palladino: Mets Can’t Afford Another Mistake By The ‘Bay’

Now that Jason Bay is gone, the Mets will look directly to the future. And it’s a future that may be as shifty and slippery as the nor’easter that just blew threw this area.


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B&C Morning Show: Al Dukes’ Tribute To Former Mets OF Jason Bay

In light of Bay’s welcome departure, we’ve decided to offer a service to our loyal listeners by re-posting three of Al’s classic Jason Bay parody songs.


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Mets, Jason Bay Agree To Buyout; Outfielder Becomes Free Agent

Bay Watch is officially over. Jason Bay is now a free agent after negotiating out of of his deal with the Mets.


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Coutinho: With Bay Watch Over, Mets Back In Business

One of the biggest obstacles to success has been removed from the roster — at least from a personnel perspective, if not from a financial one.