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Reyes plays six innings in rehab game

Posted on: July 18, 2011 3:27 pm
Edited on: July 18, 2011 3:47 pm
 
By Matt Snyder

The Mets appear to be getting their superstar shortstop back Tuesday. Monday, Jose Reyes played six innings in a rehab game in Class A and reports indicate he was running without an issue in his left hamstring (ESPN New York), which is what landed him on the disabled list July 3. He went 1-3 with a double and scored a run. Assuming Reyes wakes up Tuesday and isn't feeling anything in the hamstring, there's no reason for the Mets to avoid activating him for Tuesday night's game against the Cardinals.

Reyes, 28, is hitting .354 with 15 triples, 30 steals and a .927 OPS. He leads the majors in average and triples and the National League in hits. He will be a free agent after the season and has been the topic of chatter all season -- in terms of whether or not the Mets will trade him or be able to offer him a lucrative contract extension.

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Posted on: July 18, 2011 5:50 pm
 

Reyes plays six innings in rehab game

The appear to be getting their superstar shortstop back Tuesday. Monday, played six innings in a rehab game in Class A and reports indicate he was running without an issue in his left hamstring (), which is what landed him on the disabled list July 3. He went 1-3 with a double and scored a run. Assuming Reyes wakes up Tuesday and isn't feeling anything in the hamstring, there's no reason for the Mets to avoid activating him for Tuesday night's game against the .

Reyes, 28, is hitting .354 with 15 triples, 30 steals and a .927 OPS. He leads the majors in average and triples and the National League in hits. He will be a free agent after the season and has been the topic of chatter all season -- in terms of whether or not the Mets will trade him or be able to offer him a lucrative contract extension.


Great! Reyes and Wright return this week and hopefully Beltran will be leaving with a reliever(Romo? Bard?) and/or prospects coming back. Hopefully, Davis returns in August with Santana later on that month or September. Then we can see a semblance of the 2012 team that should be more viable contenders than this hustling, overachieving team.

Btw, the Mets aren't trading Reyes. That's not even a remote possibility no matter how much the media wants to say it is.


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