Jay Payton

Colorado Rockies #15 - Center Field

  • Born: 11/22/72
  • Age: 41
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 205

This Date In Mets History: June 26

It's good to be a lefty batter. At least it has been for a number of Mets on this date over the years.

This Date In Mets History: November 22


Terry Collins takes the helm in the post-Madoff era. He knew the job was dangerous when he took it.

This Date in Mets History: October 12


The '88 Mets flunk the year's final Orel exam.

This Date In Red Sox History: September 14 - George Burns, Robin Yount, Ray Boone

Boston gets their first unassisted triple play, Robin Yount sets a record against the Red Sox, and it's the last day for the grandfather of a baseball family.

An interview with Ed Randall of Talking Baseball


An interview with Ed Randall of Talking Baseball- The WFAN Vet talks Bobby Valentine and his new DVD series

KO Goes for Bobby V Knockout


Keith Olbermann says the 2000 World Series makes Bobby Valentine the worst manager in the world. I disagree.

Saying Goodbye To Nick Evans


Never a great ballplayer, Nick Evans won the hearts and minds of a core group of Mets fans.

Amazin' Avenue Restaurant Review: Bobby V's Sports Gallery Cafe


A review of Bobby Valentine's restaurant.

Sunday Rockpile: No toe-tapping could be boon for Aaron Cook, Jay Payton retires


Aaron Cook could be the Rockies biggest rotation question mark, but eliminating the hitch in his delivery would be an important part of the answer to that question. As Jack Etkin reports for Inside...

2010 Rockies Player Review: Taylor Buchholz


2010 Player Review: Taylor Buchholz

2010 Rockies Player Review: Jay Payton


The story of the Rockies player who changed the way I view the game of baseball. Twice.

Open Climb Down from the Ledge Thread


Almost every Giants fan dwells on playoff memories of Jose Cruz, Jr., Scott Speizio, Sidney Ponson, and Jay Payton, and with good reason. There is some raw pain associated with each of those names....

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