Jose Reyes SS COL 5 days ago

Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes will make his team debut Wednesday against the Chicago Cubs, according to MLB.com. Reyes, who was acquired from the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday, will start at shortstop and bat second in his first game for Colorado.

Jose Reyes SS COL 2 weeks ago

Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes left Thursday's game against the Oakland A's after a ground ball hit him in the mouth, according to Sportsnet.ca. Outfielder Billy Burns also appears to make contact with Reyes' leg during the play, though it is unclear if that injury was serious.

Jose Reyes SS COL 3 weeks ago

Reyes went 3-for-4 Saturday with a walk, a double, a run scored, an RBI and three stolen bases.

Thursday's day off apparently did Reyes, and his legs, a world of good, and he now has 14 steals on the season. He'll get one more opportunity to pad that total on Sunday before the All-Star break.

Jose Reyes SS COL 3 weeks ago

Reyes is back in the lineup Friday as the Blue Jays' leadoff hitter against the Royals.

The unexpected off-day Thursday will have no carryover as Reyes is back in his usual leadoff spot Friday. He'll be facing Royals lefty Danny Duffy, who has been solid since being activated from the disabled list in late June.

Jose Reyes SS COL 4 weeks ago

Reyes is not in the lineup Thursday, ESPN Chicago's Doug Padilla reports.

It is a rare day off for Reyes, who is on a five-game hitting streak. Ryan Goins will start at short and hit ninth Thursday against the White Sox.

Jose Reyes SS COL 4 weeks ago

Reyes went 1-for-4 with a stolen base and a run scored in Tuesday's victory over the White Sox.

The stolen base was Reyes' 11th of the season, which puts him in second on the team (one behind Kevin Pillar). Despite playing just 56 games, Reyes is still posting solid numbers. He also committed his eighth error of the season Tuesday. His poor fielding could cost him as he may soon be seen as a defensive liability in late inning situations. Regardless, Reyes remains a top middle infield option due to his hitting and speed.

Jose Reyes SS COL 1 month ago

Reyes went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Tuesday's loss to the Red Sox.

Reyes slumped a bit in the month of June, hitting for a .257/.311/.407 slash line, but did hit all four of his home runs this season in June. Once he begins to hit home runs, his approach seems to change a bit as he begins to swing for the fences, which tends to drag his batting average down. Reyes is still one of the most complete middle-infielders and a top fantasy option when healthy.

Jose Reyes SS COL 2 months ago

Reyes went 1-for-3 with a home run and a walk in Wednesday's victory over the Marlins.

The home run was just his second of the season. The 32-year-old has six seasons with 10 or more home runs including a career high 19 in 2006. While the Blue Jays certainly don't expect him to be a power hitter, any sort of additional power he can bring to their lineup is a positive. He's now slashing at .302/.328/.413 and seems to have fully returned to form since returning from injury.

Jose Reyes SS COL 2 months ago

Reyes went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Tuesday's win over the Marlins.

That's now a seven-game hit streak for Reyes, who has watched his batting average climb to .301 on the season. Over the course of his streak, he's 12-for-30 (.400) with a run scored in each of his last six games and five stolen bases over that stretch. When he's healthy, he's a top, if not the top, shortstop in baseball and should be deployed in all formats.

Jose Reyes SS COL 2 months ago

Reyes went 2-for-4 Saturday with a walk, a run scored, an RBI and three stolen bases.

The Jays' shortstop now has seven swipes in seven attempts on the season, and has collected a hit in 10 of 11 games since returning to action from his rib injury. As long as he can stay healthy, Reyes should continue supplying plenty of value.