Category Archives: Jason Bay

Seattle Mariners Ready to Play with the Big Boys

The Seattle Mariners mean business. General Manager Jack Zduriencik is entering just his second offseason at the club’s helm, but clearly has the franchise headed in the right direction. Last offseason, he engineered a number of low-risk, high-reward deals and … Continue reading

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MLB Arbitration Rundown: Who’s Staying, Who’s Going?!

This year 23 free agents were offered arbitration. Of those 23, ten are Type A free agents and thirteen are Type B. Teams that sign a Type A free agent will lose their first-round pick—if that club finished in the … Continue reading

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Carlos Lee: Plan-C for Losers of the Bay and Holliday Sweepstakes

Houston, you have a problem. Your ballclub is bad, really bad. The Astros—a perennial contender for much of the last decade—have fallen on hard times. From 1994 to 2006, Houston was one of the most competitive clubs in the National … Continue reading

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