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Latest José Reyes Items
Jose Reyes stepped into the on-deck circle, turned toward the New York Mets' dugout and bowed.
Hanley Ramirez says he'll accept a position switch to third base so Miami Marlins newcomer Jose Reyes can play shortstop.
At first it seemed like a joke, though new stadiums can make people do funny things. Besides, what better way to thank the taxpayers of Miami for the new digs than put a giant bow on a few superstars for their viewing pleasure?
Jose Reyes felt the love from the Miami Marlins. And the money.
No more little low-budget Marlins. Miami's team hopes to become baseball's Big Fish.
Jeffrey Loria watched the news conference from the second row, beaming like a proud parent as Heath Bell talked about his new love for the Miami Marlins and reuniting with Jose Reyes.
Jose Reyes is speeding to the suddenly splurging Miami Marlins.
The suddenly splurging Miami Marlins landed their second big free agent in a matter of days, agreeing Sunday night to a $106 million, six-year contract with All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes and the Miami Marlins provided quite a warmup for the winter meetings.