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Mets fan starts petition opposing Jose Reyes signing, citing domestic violence

Reyes can sign on Saturday with any team NEW YORK -- Former Mets shortstop Jose Reyes will likely be available to sign with any major league team on Saturday after he's released by the Colorado Rockies. Count at least one person who's not jazzed about the idea of him returning to Queens. Mets superfan Olivia Devlin of Harlem began this week...
Via NJ.com
1 hour ago

Jose Reyes Is Desperate For Mets Reunion

Reports have come out that Jose Reyes is said to be desperate to return to the team who signed him out of the Dominican Republic in 1999. Reyes has made it known that he has pined to come back to the team he left in 2011 for the big money contract he desired and eventually found with the Miami Marlins. Mike Puma of the New York Post spoke with some individuals who are familiar with...
Via Mets Merized Online
2 days ago

Why Jose Reyes isn't worth headache for Mets

Should the Mets bring back Jose Reyes? His talent simply doesn't justify the headache a reunion would cause in New York. In sports--and in life--timing is everything. For the Mets and the subject of Jose Reyes' possible return to the franchise he once starred for, it should be the reason for the NL contender to pass on a reunion. Once upon...
Via NJ.com
2 days ago

You can boo, but Jose Reyes makes sense for Mets

Seems pretty simple regarding the Mets’ interest in Jose Reyes: They should give him the opportunity to rebrand himself in the land of second chances: Las Vegas. And provide him with a quick opt-out so he won’t get stuck in the sticks. (Reyes can become a free agent Saturday, as long as the Rockies don’t find a...
Via New York Post
2 days ago

As Mets Consider A Jose Reyes Reunion, Here’s Why They Should Sign Him

A team source has told Adam Rubin of ESPN that the Mets are now considering bringing back Jose Reyes once he becomes a free agent. It’s a complete reversal from five days ago when this team source described a reunion with Reyes as having “virtually no chance.” After getting swept by the Atlanta Braves over the weekend and team owner Jeff Wilpon barking that the front office...
Via Mets Merized Online
3 days ago

Mets may be considering Reyes reunion

In a reversal of their previous stance, the Mets are at least considering a reunion with Jose Reyes, whom the Rockies designated for assignment last week. The Mets, who continue to look for an offensive spark as they battle injuries, believe Reyes could fill a super-sub role, with significant at-bats coming at third base.
Via Mets.com
3 days ago

Jose Reyes joins Triple-A Albuquerque with suspension over

Jose Reyes knows he might get booed and heckled. He understands why. Back from suspension, the Colorado Rockies shortstop was in uniform for Triple-A Albuquerque against Fresno on Wednesday and batting second. It was the first game of his rehab assignment after completing his 59-day suspension for violating Major League Baseball's new domestic violence policy.
Via Associated Press
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Trial date set in Jose Reyes domestic violence case

Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes will stand trial in Hawaii on charges of domestic abuse, according to a report from the New York Daily News. Back on Oct. 31, Reyes and his wife, Katherine Ramirez, allegedly were involved in a domestic dispute that ultimately turned physical and resulted in injuries to Ramirez. Reyes was arrested and charged with abuse of a family and/or household member...
Via The Comeback
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Jose Reyes arrested for domestic violence

Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes was arrested on charges of domestic violence in Hawaii on Halloween, according to a report. Hawaii News Now says the four-time All-Star was staying at the Four Seasons in Maui when he got into a fight with his wife. The KHNL report says the two were arguing in their room....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes hints he wants out of Colorado

By Steve DelVecchio Jose Reyes has spent less than a month with the Colorado Rockies, and it sounds like he has already had enough. Over the weekend, Reyes expressed frustration over the fact that he is inching toward the end of his career and playing for a team that is nowhere close to being a contender. “You come from a ballclub that was competing for a spot in the playoffs...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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