Hardball Talk "In less controversial news, the Cardinals announced this afternoon that outfielder Jon Jay was placed on the 15-day disabled list with what is being termed as a left wrist stress reaction and a bone bruise. The move cleared a spot for Tim Cooney, who will make a spot-start against the Padres..." July 02
Hardball Talk "Center fielder Jon Jay is slated to come off the disabled list and rejoin the Cardinals on Friday, according to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com. Jay has been out since May 10 with a wrist injury and hit poorly before going on the DL, so it’s unclear what type of role he’ll have upon returning." May 28
Hardball Talk "Out since May 10 with wrist tendinitis, Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay has been placed on the disabled list and his roster spot will be filled by Triple-A call-up Xavier Scruggs. Jay hit just .248 with a .598 OPS through 30 games after coming into the season as a career .295 hitter with a..." May 14
#stlcards, Jon Jay have agreed on a two-year deal to avoid an arbitration hearing.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay spent a few days in St. Louis this week to have his surgically repaired wrist examined and the green light given to workouts that, he said, will make sure he's available when spring training starts next month. "It's too early to tell when I'll be 100 percent,..." January 14
Covers.com "St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay will have arthroscopic surgery this week to repair a damaged left wrist, the St. Louis Post Dispatch reported Monday. Recovery time is expected to be 6-8 weeks, so he should be ready for Spring Training." October 20
Jon Jay not with #STLCards tonight. He left team to tend to a personal matter, is expected to rejoin club in Arizona for Friday's game.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "With center fielder Jon Jay scuffling so far this season, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said he’s not ready to commit to a platoon at the position. But Nats lefty Ross Detwiler did give him a reason to make a move. Shane Robinson, a righthanded-hitting alternative to Jay’s lefthanded swing,..." April 24
MLB.com "Long before he found himself in a holding pattern at the professional level, Jon Jay had learned the necessity of waiting his turn. It started during his days at Columbus (Fla.) High School, when, despite being a talented teenage player, he didn't even make the junior varsity team as a..." March 21