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Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 8:07 pm
by phr3ak
Anything in particular happening to this guy?
He is killing me, but I'd hate to drop him.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 9:59 pm
by jcook3127
Ya I don't understand it...I bought low on this guy about a month ago hoping he'd be able to turn it around because he is normally a very streaky hitter...but nothing really has come around...

I don't even care that he doesn't run much anymore...but I expected the average to be better than this, and I expected a big jump in OPS..as he'd never finished with an OPS under .900...butu he's remained very oridinary.

I know I won't be targeting him next season at all...I don't care how far his stock drops...he's Head to Head hell.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 10:54 pm
by x_Momentum
He isn't the only player who's underachieving this season. People like Hafner and Vernon Wells are in the same situation also. Bay's 18 Homers don't look too bad and his RBI count isn't terrible either for being in such a pitiful offense. He's had pretty consistent numbers since 2004 so seeing a late season surge wouldn't be completely out of the question. If you guys have the room, pick up people on hot streaks until Bay appears to be performing like his old self.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 11:56 pm
by IrishSox14
Hes been pretty disappointing and i would try to trade him....Could he lose out of being a keeper?

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 12:05 am
by x_Momentum
I wouldn't necessarily say that he's lost complete value. If the Pirates were smart, they would trade him to another team and strengthen themselves somehow. He's going to end up this season with at least 25 homers and probably 100+ RBIs and hopefully bat around .270

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 12:22 am
by Whisp
he's been FA almost all year in my league. i just picked him up for the double header though. and he's already hitting .214 after 3 days but does have a homer.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 12:45 am
by MashinSpuds
Whisp wrote:he's been FA almost all year in my league. i just picked him up for the double header though. and he's already hitting .214 after 3 days but does have a homer.

I like these tales from the harrowing 4-team leagues out there.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 2:09 am
by SmartassBoiler
MashinSpuds wrote:I like these tales from the harrowing 4-team leagues out there.


Probably about as much as us boardmembers like arrogant comments from people who get off on insulting other leagues like every league out there is filled with experts.

Bay has hit .205 since the start of June with 10 HR and 34 RBI. Pathetic.

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 3:20 am
by BitterDodgerFan
MashinSpuds wrote:
Whisp wrote:he's been FA almost all year in my league. i just picked him up for the double header though. and he's already hitting .214 after 3 days but does have a homer.

I like these tales from the harrowing 4-team leagues out there.


if you look at his sig, you'll notice he is playing in a 6 team league, not 4. get it right! :-t :-X

Re: Jason Bay's poor season

PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 10:28 am
by MashinSpuds
SmartassBoiler wrote:
MashinSpuds wrote:I like these tales from the harrowing 4-team leagues out there.


Probably about as much as us boardmembers like arrogant comments from people who get off on insulting other leagues like every league out there is filled with experts.


Take that wooden bat out of your butt and lighten up. I merely commented on a comment that was irrelevant to begin with, just to cancel it out with my highly valuable comment. You, on the other hand, need a hug.