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Jon Jay is not a problem

Jon Jay is not a problem

"In a year that the Cardinals didn't count on him, he basically said, 'Hold on, I can still play and I'll prove it.'" -- Alex Cora On Wednesday, the red baron published a thought-provoking, very well-received article titled, "Jon Jay is a Problem, and Apparently Always Will Be." If you have not yet read it, I suggest you do so because it will be referenced a few times in this post. Per usual, I thoroughly enjoyed the construction of RB's article because, in my opinion, he is one of the best writers on the planet. However, if you follow me on Twitter or generally know where I stand on the...
KFFL Oct 21, 2014

Cardinals | Jon Jay entering season as starter

St. Louis Cardinals OF Jon Jay will enter the 2015 season as the starter in ...
Rotoworld Oct 20, 2014

Jon Jay to have scope on his left wrist - Jon Jay (OF) St Louis Cardinals

Jon Jay will have a scope on his left wrist this week.
KFFL Oct 20, 2014

Cardinals | Jon Jay to have surgery

St. Louis Cardinals OF Jon Jay (wrist) will have his left wrist scoped this week, ...
KFFL Oct 18, 2014

Cardinals | Jon Jay expected to receive deal

St. Louis Cardinals OF Jon Jay is expected to be tendered an contract this offseason. ...

Cards move Jay to 2nd spot in batting order

The St. Louis Cardinals moved Jon Jay to the second spot in the batting order for Game 2 of the National League Championship Series against San Francisco Sunday night.
Unsinkable Jon Jay is Cards' unsung hero

Unsinkable Jon Jay is Cards' unsung hero

Bernie Miklasz writes: Kudos to Jay for plugging away, being a pro and avoiding the kind of downturn experienced by so many teammates.

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