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Old 11-14-2012, 05:41 AM
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Originally Posted by RKMeibalane View Post

Actually, that's not entirely accurate. The contract that people are referring to is the deal he signed before the 1999 season. His first contract with the Mets was signed before the 1992 season. His first year in New York was subpar, but he had three solid seasons after that, making the National League All Star Team twice. He followed up his time in New York with two more solid seasons in Baltimore and Florida, reaching the postseason with both teams. He didn't tank until 1999, as age had caught up with him by that point.

Here are his statistics from Baseball Reference.
Pretty sure he was referring to Jason Bay.
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