Jason Bay on the market, teams watching

NWSB Insider Steve Lee talks about where Jason Bay, once one of baseball’s best players, may end up next season. With the New York Mets front office coming to terms with Jason Bay last week as to a buyout that will pay Bay the guaranteed remainder of his $66 million contract ($21 million this year), Bay must now find himself a new zip code, or even a postal code for that matter, if he wants to play next season.

Trayvon Robinson’s vision problems gives Mariners offense new hope

NWSB insider Danny Ferguson tells us Seattle Mariners outfielder Trayvon Robinson has worn contact lenses at times over the past two years, has opted for a new approach this winter and plans to wear his new glasses while playing. Remember the moment from that iconic baseball movie Major League where Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn’s control issues were solved when he was given a pair of glasses?

Mariners: Should Seattle trade Felix Hernandez?

NW Sportsbeat Q points out it’s safe to say Seattle’s rebuilding process will be a long one. He asks an important question though regarding Felix Hernandez. King Felix is still just 25 years old and under control through the 2014 season, but should the Seattle Mariners trade him?

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