Mets Officially Welcome Back Outfielder Jay BruceThe three-time All-Star said he didn't necessarily anticipate he'd be back in a Mets uniform after he was dealt to the Cleveland Indians in August but he knew the possibility was a very real one.
Keidel: Plenty Of Difference-Makers Available If Mets Would Just Open WalletMaybe the Mets didn't get the golden log of the hot stove league -- Giancarlo Stanton -- but the signing of slugger Jay Bruce matters.
Report: Jay Bruce Heading Back To Mets On 3-Year, $39 Million DealJay Bruce and his proven bat are headed back to the Mets.
Mets Among At Least 4 Teams Interested Jay BruceNew York is one of at least four teams interested in Bruce. The Colorado Rockies, Toronto Blue Jay and Seattle Mariners are also in the mix.
Palladino: Mets' Bizarre Season Has Made Bruce A Viable Free Agent TargetIn a Mets season that can only be politely described as ironic, Jay Bruce stands as one of its biggest ironies.
Mets Promote No. 2 Prospect Dominic SmithThe Mets have called up their No. 2 prospect, first baseman Dominic Smith, who ranks as the 41st-best prospect in baseball.
Mets Trade Outfielder Jay Bruce To Cleveland IndiansBruce was acquired from Cincinnati at last year's trade deadline. He has a $13 million salary this year and can become a free agent after the World Series.
Report: Mets Considering Bringing Back Cabrera, Bruce In 2018Days ago, Asdrubal Cabrera and Jay Bruce were on the trading block. Now they might be part of the Mets' plans for the future.
Report: Mets Finding Cool Market For Bruce, Granderson, DudaThe Mets might not be able to cash in on some of their veterans with expiring contracts.
Bruce: Mets Would Be 'Crazy' Not To Trade MeThe Mets might be content to lose Jay Bruce for nothing, something the veteran outfielder said he can't believe.
DeGrom Wins 5th Straight Decision, Homers From Bruce, Reyes Launch Mets Past CardinalsJose Reyes and Jay Bruce hit solo home runs to help Jacob deGrom win his fifth straight decision, and the New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 on Friday night.
Nationals' Homer Sails Over Bruce's Head Twice, Mets LoseBryce Harper hit a home run so hard that it twice sailed over the head of Mets right fielder Jay Bruce, propelling Gio Gonzalez and the Washington Nationals past New York Thursday night.

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