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    • Odds Bay hits .280+ and has 20+HRs next year...
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  • 11/7/12
  • agbayani50
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.
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  • 11/7/12
  • Moses0507
I say Seattle Mariners.
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  • 11/7/12
  • joemets22
I doubt it but I wouldn't care if it did. It wasn't going to happen here. He wasn't made for this city and he never wanted it here anyway. He can do whatever he wants, I'm just happy it won't be here.
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  • 11/7/12
  • agbayani50
I'm 100% with you, Like Pagan, it would never have happened here. I just feel like he'll leave and play well somewhere else.
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  • 11/7/12
  • viper99
He is going back to his roots. Pirates
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  • 11/7/12
  • almandareo357
87 Billion to 1. He will bounce back and I will be happy for him and I will be happy he is no longer on the Mets.
Best move for both parties. Sometime things dont work out.
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  • 11/7/12
  • rangers61134465

if he goes back on the juice he will be solid again probably

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  • 11/7/12
  • viper99

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?"

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  • 11/7/12
  • jsmet

>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.

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  • 11/7/12
  • Gepett0

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

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  • 11/7/12
  • lllfxlll
100%
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  • 11/7/12
  • abbymart
He's gone and that's all that matters but Fenway did not help Bay
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  • 11/7/12
  • New_York_Mets_Fan
I would agree that those are realistic numbers, I would like to see The TB Ray's give him a shot. I think a change of scenery can be very helpful and Bay still has the desire and work ethic to get a few more productive years in. That being said, I also think the mets did the right thing for both them and Bay as this just didn't work out for either side. Hopefully the mets can find more production for the Outfield and someone who plays better than expected versus the bay situation.

Edited 11/7/12   by  New_York_Mets_Fan
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  • 11/7/12
  • 58pwrhtr
he will end up in Miami and you know what happens to washed up stars that end up in Miami.
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  • 11/7/12
  • govmule72

"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.

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  • 11/7/12
  • govmule72

"Sometime things dont work out."

With this team it's basically all the time.

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