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Jason Bay

Jason Bay was a Canadian professional baseball player, born in Trail, British Columbia on September 20, 1978. Bay started his baseball career at a young age, playing in various youth leagues in his hometown. In high school, Bay played for the Trail American Legion team, where he was scouted by North Idaho College. After playing for two years at North Idaho College, he transferred to Gonzaga University to play for the Bulldogs. In his junior year at Gonzaga, Bay was crowned the co-MVP of the West Coast Conference after setting a school record with a .404 batting average. More about Jason Bay

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Current items with a signature of Jason Bay

These are the most current items with a signature of Jason Bay that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2006 Jason Bay Signed All Star Ring Receipt Pittsburgh Pirates Auto MLB$171.68logo
thumbnail2008 Upper Deck Box Score Memories JASON BAY Autographed Game-Used Jersey SP/99$18.35logo
thumbnailJASON BAY 2006 SWEET SPOT AUTOGRAPH /425$14.99logo
thumbnailJason Bay 2007 Star Signings FJ-RV Autograph Card UD Pirates$12.99logo
thumbnailJason Bay Autograph Baseball W/“Happy Fathers Day” Inscription Steiner SportsCOA$24.99logo
thumbnailJason Bay, Pgh Pirates, Signed 8 x 10 Photo File Photo, At Bat, Clean$12.95logo
After his impressive college career, Bay was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 22nd round of the 2000 Major League Baseball draft. However, Bay did not sign with the Expos and instead, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Chatham A's, where he won the league's MVP award. In 2002, Bay was drafted again, this time by the San Diego Padres in the 22nd round. After playing in the Padres' minor league system for a few years, Bay was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2003. It was with the Pirates that Bay really made a name for himself, winning the National League Rookie of the Year award in 2004 after hitting .282 with 26 home runs and 82 RBIs.

Bay went on to play for various teams in his career, including the Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, and the Hanshin Tigers in Japan. Throughout his career, Bay was known for his power hitting ability and his fierce competitiveness on the field. He retired in 2015 with a career batting average of .266, 222 home runs, and 754 RBIs. Bay remains one of the most successful Canadian baseball players of all time and a beloved figure in the baseball community. Read even more about Jason Bay at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Jason Bay

In total, we tracked 1936 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Jason Bay (2012 NEW YORK METS TEAM SIGNED AUTO BASEBALL BALL JASON BAY RA DICKEY COA) was sold in July 2012 for $500.00 while the cheapest item (2005 Fleer Platinum #24 Jason Bay signed/autographed card Pittsburgh Pirates) found a new owner for $0.49 in March 2013. The month with the most items sold (84) was August 2008 with an average selling price of $35.00 for an autographed item of Jason Bay. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2015 with $99.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was June 2014. In average, an autographed item from Jason Bay is worth $14.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Jason Bay were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2002 Finest Autograph #108 Jason Bay RC$4.00logo
thumbnail2002 Topps Finest Jason Bay Auto Rookie Autograph RC #108 MINT$1.99logo
thumbnail2004 Jason Bay one of one Autograph Rookie Card $15.00logo
thumbnail2005 Donruss Classics #146 Jason Bay Pirates Signed Auto *H7668$3.00logo
thumbnail2005 Topps Rookie Cup Jason Bay Silver Auto Autograph #RC-JBA Pirates$6.00logo
thumbnail2005 Upper Deck Artifacts - Auto Facts Jason Bay 105/599 On-Card Autograph$0.99logo
thumbnailJason Bay 2005 Upper Deck Artifacts Auto Facts Autograph Signature /599$1.75logo
thumbnailJason Bay 2008 UD Premier Triple Relic Auto Autograph 16/20 Pittsburgh Pirates$11.99logo

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Latest News about Jason Bay

Pirates Insider: Pirates lose to Twins in 13th on Mauer's homer (05/20/15): 61. Home runs McCutchen has hit at PNC Park, tying Jason Bay for the most since the facility opened in 2001. *Catcher Francisco Cervelli returned to the lineup and went 0 for 4 with a walk and a strikeout. He was removed from Tuesday night’s game prior ...

Mauer's 13th-inning homer leads Twins over Bucs (05/20/15): 098 hitter (26-for-265) during his seven years with the Mets. McCutchen's home run was his 61st at PNC Park, tying him with Jason Bay for the ballpark's all-time lead. Twins: The Twins have a day off on Thursday before heading to Chicago for a three-game ...

Time for the NY Mets to clear the way for young pitching by trading Jon Niese (05/20/15): Niese, for all his talent and solid numbers, offers none of those qualities. He stands as a reminder of drearier days around here -- of black uniform tops, Jason Bay in left field, and empty seats at Citi. Harvey, Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom and Matz ...

Mauer's 13th-inning homer spells doom for Pirates in home loss (05/19/15): The homer, McCutchen's fifth of the season, tied the score at 3-3. It also moved the McCutchen into a first-place tie with former Pirate Jason Bay for home runs at PNC Park; both have 61. McCutchen's run added to a late-game rally started by Jose Tabata ...

Harper named NL Player of Week ... again (05/19/15): Other players to win consecutive NL Player of the Week honors are: Domonic Brown (2013), Andrew McCutchen (2012), Matt Kemp (2012), Troy Tulowitzki (2010), Jose Reyes (2006), Jason Bay (2006), Jeff Bagwell (1994), Tony Gwynn (1988) and Jason Thompson (1982).

Older News Stories about Jason Bay

Pirates Insider: Pirates lose to Twins in 13th on Mauer's homer (05/2015): 61. Home runs McCutchen has hit at PNC Park, tying Jason Bay for the most since the facility opened in 2001. *Catcher Francisco Cervelli returned to the lineup and went 0 for 4 with a walk and a strikeout. He was removed from Tuesday night’s game prior ...

The only hope of keeping Granderson from Jason Bay territory (03/2015): PORT ST. LUCIE — Rebuilding Grandy. The sequel. Curtis Granderson is deep into renovating his swing with old friend and new Mets hitting coach Kevin Long. Progress is being made.... Go to news article

Mets goat Jason Bay plans to retire (01/2014): Former Mets outfielder Jason Bay — the man fans in Flushing loved to boo — is likely to retire, according to a report. The 35-year-old Bay told Shi Davidi of...

Mets fan hopes Curtis Granderson wipes away thoughts of Jason Bay in 'Sports Com (12/2013): Check out Friday's 'Sports Comment of the Day'

Mariners recall Michael Morse, DFA Jason Bay (07/2013): Michael Morse has been recalled from his rehab assignment in Tacoma and will join the Mariners in Boston on Tuesday for their upcoming road trip, which also includes a series in Baltimore. Go to news article

Jason Bay’s hamstring improves, but he sits (06/2013): Jason Bay was out of the lineup again, the fourth consecutive day he was unavailable to play. But there is progress being made with his sore hamstring.

Why Mariners will proceed with caution on Jason Bay (05/2013): Jason Bay has given the Mariners a very interesting “problem” to deal with. It’s the kind of problem the team will be happy to face, given the real problems they’ve had to deal with already this season. You see, Bay looks to be pretty close  to his old self numbers-wise,

Michael Morse, Jason Bay homer as Seattle Mariners beat Los Angeles Angels, 2-1 (04/2013): Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Go to news article

Jason Bay might have edge in battle for final outfield spot (03/2013): Veteran Jayson Bay might get the fifth outfield spot over Casper Wells, but the team will delay a final roster decision until Sunday.

B&C Morning Show: Jason Bay’s Rediscovery (02/2013): Boomer suggested the Bombers contact the Mariners with regards to obtaining the services of one Jason Bay, who apparently has rediscovered his swing for Seattle.

Report: OF Jason Bay reaches deal with Mariners (01/2013): NASHVILLE, Tenn. A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that free agent outfielder Jason Bay has reached a one-year contract with the Seattle Mariners.

Jason Bay low risk, but Mariners need more (12/2012): A relaxed and seemingly robust Jason Bay made such a positive impression Monday in his Seattle media unveiling, it was hard not to imagine a best-case scenario in his quest for a career revival. Bay is a perfect reclamation candidate.

Report: Red Sox Among Teams Talking With Jason Bay (11/2012): With gaping holes in the outfield, the Boston Red Sox seem to be exploring any option out there.

Mets outfielder Jason Bay held out of lineup with back stiffness (09/2012): Bay hasn't played since Saturday Go to news article

Coutinho: The Clock Ran Out On Jason Bay (08/2012): Jason Bay could read the handwriting on the wall as his average continued to slip and his at-bats became more and more painful to watch.

Mets outfielder Jason Bay receives start against Arizona (07/2012): Bay will face tough righty Kennedy Go to news article

Former Zag Jason Bay Still Out With Concussion (06/2012): Former Gonzaga great Jason Bay was scheduled to visit a doctor on Tuesday to find out just how serious his latest concussion is.

Mets' Jason Bay to resume full baseball activity later in week (05/2012): Sports, @must-sees-sports Go to news article

Mets Beat Marlins and Put Mike Pelfrey and Jason Bay on D.L. (04/2012): It seemed like old times for the Mets: Jose Reyes was on the field, and two players were put on the disabled list before the team scratched out a 2-1 victory over the Marlins.

Mets' Jason Bay trying to find right balance | Baseball (03/2012): After struggling mightily during the first two seasons of a four-year, $66 million contract with the Mets, the 33-year-old's patience is being tested.

Mets Q&A: Jason Bay, outfielder (02/2012): Bay talks about knowing Eddie Vedder and growing up a grunge fan Go to news article

On his birthday, Mets outfielder Jason Bay needs day off due to illness (09/2011): Mets arrive in St. Louis for final road series Go to news article

Jason Bay, Mets teammates shaken by fan tragedy in Texas (07/2011): Also, manager Terry Collins hoping to set schedule for David Wright Go to news article

B&C Morning Show: Cal Ripken Jr. Talks Jason Bay, Jose Reyes, Davey Johnson (06/2011): The legendary Cal Ripken Jr. (now a TBS analyst) called into the show to discuss Jason Bay's eyes, Jose Reyes' season and much, much more.

B&C Morning Show: Mets’ Jason Bay Takes A Rest, Craig Blows A Gasket (05/2011): After a beautiful holiday weekend, Boomer & Craig were back in the saddle again this morning and they got things started by talking about the Mets, who after dropping 2 of 3 to the Phillies, belted out 15 hits in a 7-3 win over the Pirates on Monday.

Coutinho: Don’t Understate Jason Bay’s Value To Mets (04/2011): Don't think for a moment Jason Bay's return and the Mets' 4-game winning streak are mutually exclusive events. The offensive cause-and-effect of his return to the Mets' lineup cannot be overstated.

Mets put Jason Bay on the disabled list (03/2011): Bay was officially placed on the disabled list with a strained left intercostal muscle in his ribcage.

After ‘Frustrating’ 2010, Jason Bay Ready To Power Mets (02/2011): Mets outfielder Jason Bay is just happy to be back on the baseball field. "I take a lot of pride in getting out there every day good or bad and trying to play a certain way," he said Sunday.

New York Mets' Jason Bay has a fresh outlook heading into 2011 (01/2011): After signing a big-money contract last winter, Mets' LF experienced a rough season Go to news article

Mets outfielder Jason Bay sees future with a clear head (12/2010): Also, Carlos Beltran stays put after trade talk