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Felix dominates, M’s blank Blue Jays

Felix Hernandez pitched eight shutout innings to win his third straight start, Kyle Seager and Jason Bay homered and the Seattle Mariners blanked the Toronto Blue Jays 4-0 on Friday night.

Bay seems to have made M’s roster

PEORIA, Ariz. – Building outfield flexibility was a Mariners priority all spring. And as they wrapped up the Arizona portion of spring training on Thursday with a 6-4 win over the Chicago Cubs in Mesa, the Mariners planned to go right to the very end of camp before finalizing their outfielder mix. The team appeared to unofficially declare that veteran Jason Bay had made the squad by inviting him to join them for Saturday’s final exhibition game against the Colorado Rockies in Salt Lake City.

Seattle wins 8-6 as Bay homers in his first M’s at-bat

PEORIA, Ariz. – Jason Bay signed with the Seattle Mariners looking to resurrect a career derailed by injury and ineffectiveness. Bay regained health and reworked his swing in this offseason, and it’s already paying dividends.

Bay looking for a fresh start with the Mariners

SEATTLE – Jason Bay took a glance at the Seattle Mariners’ 40-man roster and suddenly realized how unique he will be. He’s one of only two players on that current roster who was born in the 1970s.

MLB notes: Mets’ Jason Bay back on the disabled list

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.

Mets outfielder Bay suffers possible concussion

NEW YORK – 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 Cincinnati’s Jay Bruce. The team said Bay (Gonzaga University/North Idaho College) 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.

Mets’ Bay not changing approach

Jason Bay signed with the New York Mets following an All-Star 2009 season in Boston that was also one of the best of his career. Two years and a $66 million investment later, Mets management is still waiting to see if he’ll display that kind of talent in Queens. After posting 20 or more home runs in six of his first seven major league seasons, concussion, rib and shoulder issues culminated in Bay (Gonzaga University/North Idaho College) hitting just 18 total homers the past two years for the Mets. “I’m trying to approach (the season) like any other one,” said Bay (pictured right). “… Not really trying to work on anything new. But just trying to do what I’ve always done. That’s the way I’m gonna approach it, regardless of what’s happened in the past.” – Associated Press

Jason Bay may start season on disabled list

Baseball: New York Mets left fielder Jason Bay was scratched from Tuesday’s lineup against Washington because of discomfort in his rib cage, and the team acknowledged there was a chance he would start the season on the disabled list. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Bay appeared to have a strained muscle. He did not play Saturday because of a stiff back and was set to return to the field Monday, but the game was rained out. Alderson said the team did not think the rib cage and back ailments were related.