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Mets came back home feeling good after sweeping the first place Rays. Dillon Gee tried to keep the ball rolling but he had no control and was getting batted all over Citi Field.
In the second inning, Gee gave up a lead-off inside the park home run to Jay Bruce after Jason Bay slammed into the left field wall chasing down the ball, hitting his head and neck. He came out of the game, able to walk on his own, but he was really woozy that he looked like he was going to collapse half way back to the dugout. He missed much of the 2010 season with a concussion he sustained barreling into the Dodger Stadium wall after a fly ball, and was on the disabled list this season after hurting his ribs diving for another ball. They say it’s a possible concussion, and after Bay’s concussion two years ago and Thole’s concussion earlier this year, you know their going to be extra cautious with Bay.
Continuing on, Hairston came in to play left and committed a throwing error as Gee gives up back-to-back ...
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Last night, Jason Bay was forced to leave the game against the Cincinnati Reds after hitting his head against the left-field wall on Jay Bruce’s second-inning inside-the-park home run.
The Mets are saying that Bay likely suffered another concussion and expect to place him on the disabled list before today’s game. Infielder Justin Turner is expected to be activated before the...
Jason Bay is back on the disabled list with his second concussion in two years.
The New York Mets placed their oft-injured left fielder on baseball's seven-day DL for concussions Saturday and activated infielder Justin Turner from the 15-day disabled list.
After missing six weeks this season with a broken rib, Bay was hurt again Friday night when he crashed into the outfield...
Mets left fielder Jason Bay is hurt again after crashing into the wall while trying to catch an inside-the-park homer by Jay Bruce of the Cincinnati Reds.
The team said Bay came out of Friday night's game with a possible concussion, the latest setback for a player who has been an injury-plagued bust in New York since signing a $66 million contract before the 2010 season.
Mets left fielder Jason Bay was injured again Friday night when he crashed into the wall while trying to catch an inside-the-park homer by Jay Bruce of the Cincinnati Reds.
The team said Bay left the game with a possible concussion, the latest setback for a player who has been an injury-plagued bust in New York since signing a $66 million, four-year contract before the 2010 season...
New York Mets left fielder Jason Bay left in the second inning of Friday's game against the Cincinnati Reds after hitting his head against the left field wall on Jay Bruce's second inning inside-the-park home run at Citi Field. The Mets did not immediately announce Bay's injury, according to ESPN New York. Bay had played in seven games since missing 21 games due...
The New York Mets placed outfielder Jason Bay on the 7-day disabled list after he sustained a concussion during Friday's 7-3 home loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Bay injured himself in the second inning by diving into the left field wall trying to make a catch, hitting his head against it. Bay also missed the last two months of the 2010 season with a concussion. Scott Hairston...
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...
After a disappointing loss last night, and losing Jason Bay for the 2nd time this season, the Mets and Reds will face off again for game 2 of this weekend series. The Mets will look to rebound and continue their winning ways from Tampa as they look to tie up the series.
Tonight’s pitching matchup features Jon Niese (4-2, 3.69 ERA) and Homer Bailey (4-4, 4.35 ERA). Niese is...
What a difference a few days make. At the start of this week, people were jumping off of the Mets bandwagon like it was the Titanic as the offense went to sleep for 6 games. The Mets are coming off of a three game set where the offense was on another planet, and they hope to bring that back to Citi Field as they take on the Reds. Dillon Gee gets the start for the Mets tonight as...
The Reds won the game and swept the series against the Indians last night with a 5-12 victory. Surprising in a game with a line like this one that the starter, Mike Leake, couldn’t qualify for the win, having not put in adequate innings. At least he didn’t get a loss.
The Reds head to New York to visit the Mets tonight. Bronson Arroyo (2-4, 3.79 ERA) takes...