if he goes back on the juice he will be solid again probably
He will go back to the Pirates and form a great middle of the lineup for them. Their hitting coach will tell Bay that he is standing way too far from the plate and cannot therefore hit anything on the outside corner and a light will go on in Bay's head.
"Why didn't the Mets ever mention or suggested this?"
>He'll end up in Tampa or Arizona or something, and have a solid year<
Usually happens that way. How many players through the years were on the Mets who stunk and then when they joined other teams the turned out to be good players.
as long as he doesn't do it for : phillies, braves, nats, marlins, yankees, or redsox
then i don't really give a f*ck what he does
"I'm saying it was a New York/Mets thing. He'll end up in Tampa or Arizona or something, and have a solid year."
You're right...but it's not even a New York thing. It's a METS thing. Oliver Perez is pitching well too.
"Sometime things dont work out."
With this team it's basically all the time.