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Jay Bruce Rumors & News
- Bats: L
- Throws: L
- Height: 6' 3"
- Weight: 227
- Age 29
- Seasons: 8
- Salary: 12,541,666
- Birthplace: Beaumont, Texas
- College: None
MetsBlog Aug 20, 2016
Jay Bruce walked in the eighth inning after entering as pinch-hitter in the Mets' 9-5 victory in San Francisco.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 20, 2016
Bruce is batting .174 (12-for-69) since joining the Mets.
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News Aug 18, 2016
Put all your troubles woe aside and revel in tonight's pitching matchup, Madison Bumgarner vs. Jacob deGrom. The ghost of Cy Young will be watching. Here's the Giants' lineup, and this should be familiar by now: CF Span, LF Pagan,… Continue Reading → The post Bumgarner vs. deGrom, and Jay Bruce comes back for more appeared first on Giants Extra.
MetsBlog Aug 18, 2016
Since being acquired on Aug. 1, OF Jay Bruce is hitting .152 (7-for-46) with two home runs and five RBI in 16 games, during which the Mets are 6-10.
Cincinnati.com Aug 12, 2016
Homer Bailey impressed and Adam Duvall homered in the Reds' 7-4 win in Milwaukee.
Redleg Nation Aug 11, 2016
You may have read this already, but I thought I’d post it here too. I wrote about Scott Schebler for Cincinnati Magazine yesterday; it’s an exploration of who he is and what his ceiling might be for the ol’ Redlegs: In the wake of last week’s Jay Bruce trade, the Reds recalled Scott Schebler from …
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 7, 2016
The game ended when Jay Bruce was thrown out at home trying to score the potential tying run from second.
MetsBlog Aug 6, 2016
The Mets rally after falling behind by five runs, but Jay Bruce is thrown out the plate for the final out of the game in a 6-5 loss in Detroit.
Redleg Nation Aug 6, 2016
Bill Lack joined me again to discuss the Jay Bruce trade, Cincinnati’s better-than-expected play of late, and what the Reds should do with manager Bryan Price after this season. Plus, everything else you ever wanted to know about the current state of the Cincinnati Reds. You can go here to download or stream the podcast. …
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 5, 2016
Bruce smoked a three-run homer Thursday night
MetsBlog Aug 5, 2016
Mets OF Jay Bruce hit his first home run for the Mets in the fifth inning Thursday, which pushed his new team to a 4-1 win over the Yankees.
New York Post Aug 5, 2016
Jay Bruce was just a kid then, 23 and enjoying his first bloom of prosperity as a big leaguer. Jim Edmonds was at the end, 40, scratching out the final 32 at-bats of his career for the playoff-bound Reds. One at the end, one at the start. One day, Edmonds called Bruce over and offered...
New York Post Aug 4, 2016
Sleep well Jason Bay, er, Jay Bruce. After two hitless games, self-loathing Mets fans were dropping Bay’s name when moaning about Bruce. Acquired from the Reds on Monday, Bruce went hitless Tuesday and Wednesday during his first taste of Subway Series action, which is a bit more intense than the Reds-Indians. And when Bruce went...
MetsBlog Aug 4, 2016
Jay Bruce's first hit as a Met came in the form of a big three-run homer and Bartolo Colon shut out the Yankees into the seventh as the Mets earned a Subway Series split with a 4-1 win at Yankee Stadium on Thursday.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 4, 2016
It was Bruce's 26th, overall, this year