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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jason Bay
Just a year after the Mets cut him loose, Jason Bay is retiring from Major League Baseball.
Jason Bay and the New York Mets ended their unproductive relationship after three miserable seasons when they agreed Wednesday to terminate the outfielder's contract with one guaranteed season remaining.
New York Mets left fielder Jason Bay is getting some time off while he's in the midst of a career-worst hitless streak that's reached 23 at-bats.
Mets left fielder Jason Bay had tests on his strained rib cage Wednesday in New York, and the team planned to wait until he returned to camp to decide whether he will start the season on the disabled list.
The Mets have put outfielder Jason Bay on the 15-day disabled list with a concussion.
Mets left fielder Jason Bay has been diagnosed with a mild concussion and is out of the lineup for at least a few days.
He told Sportsnet.ca reporter Shi Davidi that he "can't see a scenario in which he comes back to play."
Jason Bay says while he hasn't filed any papers yet, he can't see a scenario in which he comes back to play, so he's essentially retiring.