The original article is found at Boston Sox Journalism , the newest site dedicated to Red Sox journalism at it's finest. A few days ago the obvious happened, meaning that Jason Bay had signed with the New York Mets for four years with $66 million dollars plus an option year and incentives that could lead the slugger to $80 million dollars. We knew as soon as the Red Sox went out and signed Mike Cameron and John Lackey that they had pretty much given up on re-signing Bay. In my opinion, this was a very sad case for Jason because you have to think the only reason he joined the Mets was because it was his last option. There were surprisingly a very small amount of suitors and if Bay really wanted to play in the Queens , then he would have accepted their contract offer weeks ago.
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