New York Mets Plan to Honor Marlins Shortstop Jose Reyes, Give Away Last of Team Dignity
The Miami Marlins' new shortstop is missed by his former team. Jose Reyes spent the first nine seasons of his career with the New York Mets, leading the National League in stolen bases three years in a row (2005-2007), hitting for 99 triples and winning the NL batting title last year before signing a six-year contract with the Marlins worth more than $100 million.
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