Found March 01, 2012 on SI.com:
PLAYERS: Jason Bay
TEAMS: New York Mets
After emerging as an elite hitter in Pittsburgh and Boston, Jason Bay has struggled in New York. But the once-feared slugger could be on the verge of bouncing back, writes Joe Lemire.
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