NEW YORK (AP) - Seattle outfielder Jason Bay is back in New York for his first game since three disappointing seasons with the Mets.
Bay was batting second and playing left field Tuesday for the Mariners against the New York Yankees.
The Mariners signed the 34-year-old Bay last December. The three-time All-Star and the Mets parted ways in the offseason, with Bay getting the $21 million the team still owed him and agreeing to spread out the payment schedule.
Bay says he's gotten a fresh start with the Mariners. He also says he wishes he'd done better while with the Mets.
Bay is hitting .253 with four home runs and 10 RBIs in 28 games.
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