Found June 17, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
As usual, Mets manager Terry Collins didn't hold back in expressing his feelings passionately, especially when the topic was concern for one of his players. This time, Collins was talking about Jason Bay, whose latest setback as a New York Met was one especially worthy of concern, as he was put on the seven-day disabled list for concussions Saturday, a day after crashing headfirst into the left-field wall. Collins acknowledged "anything's possible," when asked whether Bay could be out for the season and added he was "really worried" about his left fielder. Bay was told to stay home this weekend, and will likely see a doctor Monday, Collins said before Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Adding to the concern was the steadily increasing information available on the dangers of head injuries and the fact Bay missed two months in 2010 due to a concussion. Bay's time in New York has included one disappointment after another, from injuri...
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