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Jose Reyes

34-Year-Old Shortstop – Free Agent

2017 Stats

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.246

HR

15

RBI

58

R

75

SB

24

2017 Preseason Projections

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With Trevor Story raking, the Rockies released Reyes in mid-June following his 52-game suspension for a domestic violence incident. Reyes signed a minor league deal with the Mets, joining the big club...

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: B   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 0"   WT: 195   DOB: 6/11/1983   BORN: Santiago, DR   COLLEGE: None   DRAFTED: By NYM In 1999   Show ContractHide Contract

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Jose Reyes Contract Information:

Signed a minor league contract with the Mets in June of 2016.

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Reyes is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.

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Jose Reyes Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2004 21 A ST. 6 23 23 3 6 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 .261 .261 .348 .609
2004 21 AA BIN 4 21 18 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 2 4 0 1 0 .111 .190 .111 .301
2005 22 MAJ NYM 161 733 696 99 190 48 24 17 7 58 60 15 27 78 4 4 2 .273 .300 .386 .687
2006 23 MAJ NYM 153 703 647 122 194 66 30 17 19 81 64 17 53 81 2 0 1 .300 .354 .487 .841
2007 24 MAJ NYM 160 765 681 119 191 60 36 12 12 57 78 21 77 78 5 1 1 .280 .354 .421 .775
2008 25 MAJ NYM 159 763 688 113 204 72 37 19 16 68 56 15 66 82 5 3 1 .297 .358 .475 .833
2009 26 MAJ NYM 36 166 147 18 41 11 7 2 2 15 11 2 18 19 0 1 0 .279 .355 .395 .750
2010 27 A+ ST. 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
2010 27 MAJ NYM 133 603 563 83 159 50 29 10 11 54 30 10 31 63 4 3 2 .282 .321 .428 .749
2011 28 A BRO 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .333 .667 1.000
2011 28 AA BIN 3 10 9 3 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .333 .400 .667 1.067
2011 28 MAJ NYM 126 586 537 101 181 54 31 16 7 44 39 7 43 41 2 4 0 .337 .384 .493 .877
2012 29 MAJ MIA 160 716 642 86 184 60 37 12 11 57 40 11 63 56 5 6 0 .287 .347 .433 .780
2013 30 A+ DUN 3 12 12 3 5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 .417 .417 .417 .834
2013 30 AAA BUF 4 17 17 3 7 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .412 .412 .471 .883
2013 30 MAJ TOR 93 419 382 58 113 30 20 0 10 37 15 6 34 47 0 2 1 .296 .353 .427 .780
2014 31 A+ DUN 2 8 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 .000 .250 .000 .250
2014 31 MAJ TOR 143 655 610 94 175 46 33 4 9 51 30 2 38 73 2 4 1 .287 .328 .398 .726
2015 32 AAA BUF 3 13 11 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 .364 .462 .364 .826
2015 32 MAJ TOR 69 311 288 36 82 21 17 0 4 34 16 2 17 38 4 2 0 .285 .322 .385 .707
2015 32 MAJ COL 47 208 193 21 50 13 8 2 3 19 8 4 9 24 5 1 0 .259 .291 .368 .659
2015  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TOR/COL 116 519 481 57 132 34 25 2 7 53 24 6 26 62 9 3 0 .274 .310 .378 .688
2016 33 A BRO 4 14 11 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 4 0 0 0 .182 .357 .273 .630
2016 33 AA BIN 9 33 29 6 6 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 3 0 1 0 .207 .273 .241 .514
2016 33 AAA ALB 9 40 33 7 10 2 0 0 2 2 3 0 7 4 0 0 0 .303 .425 .485 .910
2016 33 MAJ NYM 60 279 255 45 68 25 13 4 8 24 9 2 23 49 0 1 0 .267 .326 .443 .769
2017 34 MAJ NYM 145 561 501 75 123 47 25 7 15 58 24 6 50 79 5 3 2 .246 .315 .413 .728
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3-Year Averages     106 482 448 65 125 34 23 3 8 42 21 3 29 61 3 2 0 .279 .322 .397 .719
Career  (View All)     1767 7,989 7,324 1,150 2,095 644 375 128 141 703 512 125 567 875 49 38 11 .286 .337 .430 .767

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Jose Reyes: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2017 28 36 80 2 1 1
2016 50 13
2015 116
2014 142
2013 92
2012 160
2011 124
2010 133
2009 35

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Jose Reyes Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2017120176195.267.500.843
201650144104.380.7401.196
2015139133178.273.388.700

Vs. Right

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
20173815893919.239.386.692
2016205314145.239.371.664
20153424443616.275.374.683

Home

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
20172442963010.225.369.652
2016115256112.243.470.785
2015217345269.290.433.756

Away

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
20172574692814.265.455.799
2016140202137.286.421.757
20152642322715.261.333.632
Jose Reyes vs. Today's Pitcher Stats

Jose Reyes Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2004 21 A ST. 23 23 0% 13% 0.00 87% .300 .087
2004 21 AA BIN 21 18 9.5% 19% 0.50 78% .133 .000
2005 22 MAJ NYM 733 696 3.7% 10.6% 0.35 89% .298 .113
2006 23 MAJ NYM 703 647 7.5% 11.5% 0.65 87% .320 .187
2007 24 MAJ NYM 765 681 10.1% 10.2% 0.99 89% .302 .141
2008 25 MAJ NYM 763 688 8.7% 10.7% 0.80 88% .317 .178
2009 26 MAJ NYM 166 147 10.8% 11.4% 0.95 87% .307 .116
2010 27 A+ ST. 4 4 0% 0% 0.00 100% .000 .000
2010 27 MAJ NYM 603 563 5.1% 10.4% 0.49 89% .301 .146
2011 28 A BRO 3 3 0% 0% 0.00 100% .333 .334
2011 28 AA BIN 10 9 10% 0% 0.00 100% .250 .334
2011 28 MAJ NYM 586 537 7.3% 7% 1.05 92% .353 .156
2012 29 MAJ MIA 716 642 8.8% 7.8% 1.13 91% .298 .146
2013 30 A+ DUN 12 12 0% 16.7% 0.00 83% .500 .000
2013 30 AAA BUF 17 17 0% 0% 0.00 100% .412 .059
2013 30 MAJ TOR 419 382 8.1% 11.2% 0.72 88% .315 .131
2014 31 A+ DUN 8 6 25% 0% 0.00 100% .000 .000
2014 31 MAJ TOR 655 610 5.8% 11.1% 0.52 88% .312 .111
2015 32 AAA BUF 13 11 15.4% 7.7% 2.00 91% .400 .000
2015 32 MAJ TOR 311 288 5.5% 12.2% 0.45 87% .315 .100
2015 32 MAJ COL 208 193 4.3% 11.5% 0.38 88% .281 .109
2015  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TOR/COL 519 481 5% 11.9% 0.42 87% .301 .104
2016 33 A BRO 14 11 21.4% 28.6% 0.75 64% .286 .091
2016 33 AA BIN 33 29 9.1% 9.1% 1.00 90% .222 .034
2016 33 AAA ALB 40 33 17.5% 10% 1.75 88% .296 .182
2016 33 MAJ NYM 279 255 8.2% 17.6% 0.47 81% .302 .176
2017 34 MAJ NYM 561 501 8.9% 14.1% 0.63 84% .263 .167
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3-Year Averages     482 448 6% 12.7% 0.48 86% .307 .118
Career     7,989 7,324 7.1% 11% 0.65 88% .308 .144

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Jose Reyes Defensive Stats

Year Pos Inn PMFinal (?) EXP Tot (?) PM (?) AirPM (?) EPM (?) InnHome (?) PMH (?) InnLHP (?) PMLHP (?) LEFT (?) MID (?) RGHT (?)
2015 SS 591.3 -16 159 -13 -3 0 265 0 191 -5 1 -6 -8
2015 SS 404.7 0 125 0 0 0 197 -1 168 3 -3 3 -1
2016 3B 427 -4 75 -6 0 -4 192 0 58 -2 -2 -1 -3
2016 SS 100 -2 26 -2 0 0 59 0 25 0 0 1 -3
2017 2B 207.3 -6 42 -5 -1 0 94 -3 30 -1 -2 0 -3
2017 3B 279 -5 58 -3 -2 -3 141 3 35 0 -1 -2 0
2017 SS 630.3 -18 174 -17 -1 0 339 -8 127 -4 -3 -1 -13
2017 LF 5.3 -2 1 -1 -2 0 0 1 0
2017 CF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Year Pos SHAL (?) MED (?) DEEP (?) CERS (?) SBRS (?) PSBRS (?) BRS (?) GDPRS (?) OFARS (?) GFPDMERS (?) PMRS (?) SZRS (?) TRS (?)
2015 SS 0 2 1 -12 0 -9
2015 SS 0 1 0 0 0 1
2016 3B -1 -1 -1 -3 0 -6
2016 SS 0 0 0 -2 0 -2
2017 2B 0 0 -1 -4 0 -5
2017 3B 0 0 -1 -4 0 -5
2017 SS 0 -1 0 -14 0 -15
2017 LF 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1
2017 CF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2017 Stat Review for Jose Reyes    As compared to the top 200 hitters in 2016 (min 410 PA)

Plate Discipline

Patience at the plate often leads to positive outcomes.

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0.63 BB/K
GREAT
8.9% BB Rate
GOOD
14.1% K Rate
GREAT
OPS/OBP

A couple of useful stats for evaluating a hitter.

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.728 OPS
WEAK
.315 OBP
WEAK
Contact

Good contact skills often lead to better fantasy stats.

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.246 AVG
WEAK
.263 BABIP
LOW
 
Power

SLG and ISO are useful indicators of power.

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.413 SLG
WEAK
.167 ISO
WEAK

Jose Reyes: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Reyes went 4-for-5 with his 14th homer, two RBI and two runs against the Marlins on Tuesday.

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Reyes went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and a walk in Wednesday's 17-5 loss to the Cubs.

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Reyes went 2-for-5 with a double, a stolen base, two RBI and a run scored in Sunday's loss to the Reds.

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Reyes went 2-for-4 with a pair of homers and three RBI Friday against the Reds.

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Reyes went 2-for-3 with two walks, a home run, two runs scored and two RBI in Monday's win over the Phillies.

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Reyes will start in left field and lead off Tuesday against the Reds.

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Reyes is starting at second base and batting leadoff in Saturday's game against the Nationals, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

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Reyes (oblique) was activated from the disabled list Saturday, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

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Reyes was put on the 10-day DL prior to Thursday's game due to a left oblique strain, Newsday's Marc Carig reports.

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Reyes went to the hospital to have his sore ribcage further evaluated, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.

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Reyes was scratched from Wednesday's game with a sore left rib cage, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

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Reyes will lead off and man second base Wednesday against the Yankees.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2017

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2016

Reyes’ decline continued in 2015, as he hit under .275 for the first time since 2005 and was eventually traded away from the Blue Jays to the Rockies. Reyes missed at least 35 games for the third time in five years as his injury issues continue to bite. When healthy, Reyes was able to make consistent contact, but showed poor discipline and power as he saw his slugging percentage drop for the fourth consecutive season. He is still running wild, however, as he stole 24 bases and was caught just six times. With 109 steals since 2012, Reyes is one of just 14 players to reach the century mark in that span. Reyes was poor in his short stint with Colorado to end the 2015 season, but Coors Field could help inflate his declining numbers. However, he will be facing an undetermined suspension upon the completion of his criminal proceedings for an alleged domestic abuse, and considering Aroldis Chapman was suspended 30 games for a domestic incident without being charged, Reyes figures to garner an even longer suspension for his altercation. Trevor Story and Cristhian Adames will handle the shortstop duties in Reyes' absence, and Story in particular could prove to be an upgrade over what Reyes gave the Rockies last season, so he may not even have a starting job waiting for him when he rejoins the team.

2015

Reyes' second season with the Jays was right in line with expectations, as he was able to avoid the injuries that ruined his 2013 season and split the difference between his 2011 and 2012 campaigns while setting the table in a potent Toronto lineup. Of some concern is that his walk rate tumbled from 8.1% in 2013 to 5.8% last season, shaving 25 points from his on-base percentage, but he experienced a similar slide in 2010 before recovering to a level close to his career mark (7.1%). Reyes still offers great speed, and he piled up 30 steals for the fourth time in the last five seasons. In addition to his contributions on the basepaths, Reyes has averaged 10 home runs annually since 2012, and his ability to avoid strikeouts (11.1 K%) provides value in the form of a stable batting average (career .291, above .282 in each of the last five seasons).

2014

Reyes turned in a solid .296/.353/.427 line in his first season with the Blue Jays, but was limited to just 419 plate appearances because of injuries. An early-season ankle injury landed him on the 60-day DL, and Reyes never seemed to get back to 100 percent, finishing with just 15 stolen bases. Still one of the best offensive shortstops in the game, his health is as much of a concern now as ever. Fortunately, Reyes ended the season without any injuries, and he'll have the entire offseason to rest his ankle. Assuming he stays healthy, Reyes will almost certainly be one of the league's most productive shortstops again in 2014.

2013

In his first (and only) season in South Florida, Reyes had a solid if unspectacular season. The wheels showed up as always (40 steals in 51 attempts), but Reyes took a step back in runs scored (86) and batting average (.287) from his stellar 2011. While he did knock 11 long balls and drive in 57 runs, both improvements over his final season in New York, Reyes failed to post the MVP-type numbers the Marlins expected after signing him to a six-year, $106 million deal. Reyes will get a fresh start in the American League following a November trade to the Blue Jays, and while he may suffer through a bit of an adjustment period, he should steal plenty of bases and rank among the league leaders in runs scored while setting the table for a powerful Blue Jays lineup.

2012

Reyes looked like an MVP through the first three months and 80 games of last year, batting .354/.398/.529 with 30 steals. Things fell apart after he left a game against the Yankees with a strained left hamstring on July 1 and played just 46 games the rest of the way, during which he hit .305/.356/.428 and with nine steals. He showed some encouraging signs last season as his walk rate improved from a low 5.1 percent in 2010 to 7.3 percent in 2011, while his contact rate also improved. Still, it was the third straight year that his season was limited by injuries but that did not prevent the Marlins from signing the reigning National League batting champion to a six-year, $106 million deal to be the centerpiece of their new ballpark. Reyes will lead off for the Marlins and his arrival is expected to move Hanley Ramirez to third base.

2011

Reyes started 2010 on the DL due to a hyperactive thyroid, which sidelined him for less time than first expected, and missed time due to a strained oblique. He ended up hitting .282, with 29 doubles, 10 triples, 11 home runs, 54 RBI and 30 stolen bases. His season was a bell curve - slow start, hot June-to-August, then a tail-off at the end. The Mets briefly tried Reyes at the three-spot before returning him to the leadoff spot, where he will bat this year. The challenge for Reyes is to prove he is fully healthy and be the catalyst atop the Mets' batting order to earn a big contract as a free agent after this season.

2010

Reyes got off to a hot start but was injured in mid-May with a strained right calf that sidelined him five games. In the second game following his return, Reyes aggravated the injury and was then diagnosed with tendinits behind the calf. While rehabbing that injury, Reyes suffered a torn right hamstring in early-June, and after several setbacks trying to return from the injury, underwent an MRI in early-August that showed significant scar tissue and inflammation behind the right knee, all related to the hamstring tendon injury. Reyes underwent manual physical therapy in an effort to break up the scar tissue and reduce the inflammation and finally in early-October had surgery to clean up scar tissue around the accessory hamstring tendon behind the right knee. Reyes did not need surgery for the separate hamstring muscle tear in his right leg and is expected to resume baseball activities shortly after Jan. 1, meaning he should be on track to be ready for spring training. He is a high-risk, potential high-reward pick, but his history of leg injuries downgrades his value.

2009

Reyes once again faded down the stretch, posting just a .243/.314/.402 line in September, which contributed to the Mets' second straight collapse. Prior to that, Reyes shook off a poor April, to post four straight months hitting .300 or better along with a copious amount of runs and steals and a healthy number of RBI as the Mets' leadoff catalyst. Despite the September swoon, Reyes saw an uptick in most categories, but suffered a major drop in steals. He appears to enjoy playing for manager Jerry Manuel and with better production with RISP from David Wright, look for a rise in runs with similar numbers from Reyes, making him a top-four pick.

2008

Reyes fell off in the second half, posting a .251/.216/.371 mark after the break and an even worse .205/.279/.333 line in September, as the Mets threw away the pennant. The only thing Reyes did better post- than pre-break was hit home runs, which might have contributed to his struggles, as his swing took on too much of an uppercut and he stopped driving the ball around the park. Manager Willie Randolph believes that Reyes' second-half swoon was just a slump, but he plans to rest him more to keep him fresh for the entire season. Lost in the slump was Reyes' improved ability of drawing walks for the second year in a row, while he finished with the same OBA that he had in 2006. Look for Reyes to put together a complete season and prove to be one of the Top-15 fantasy options in 2008.

2007

Jose-Jose-Jose, Jose-Jose was chanted by Mets' fans and Reyes owners throughout the season as Rey-Rey took a major step forward in his development. Reyes upped his batting average by 27 points, on-base percentage by 54 points and slugging percentage by 101 points to take his place as one of the fantasy elite. The work he did with Rickey Henderson in spring training on pitch recognition paid immediate dividends as he nearly doubled his walks. It also helped him to better work pitch counts, allowing him to be aggressive late in counts and drive the ball to the outfield. Reyes more than doubled his home run output and drove in 81 runs as a leadoff hitter without sacrificing stolen bases, a combination that should continue. His ascension to one of the top-10 fantasy players could be completed this year with another year of maturity and game action.

2006

Between the steals and the runs he'll score leading off for the Mets offense, Reyes is one of the most valuable middle infielders in fantasy baseball. The two keys to his development are staying healthy and improving his plate discipline. In 2005, he took care of the former with offseason work and enough in-season stretching on his weak hamstring to play 161 games. Despite not drawing a walk until his 119th at-bat, Reyes made incremental strides with the discipline, improving his pitches per plate appearance from 3.53 to 3.62 and drawing 27 walks by year's end. His 60 steals led the majors, but more walks would really uncork his speed.

2005

Leg woes once again plagued Reyes, limiting him to just 53 games last season after a strained right hamstring and compensatory sore lower back. The team taught him a new running style to take pressure off his weak hamstrings and back, but he abandoned it and had a big July with 11 SB. In August, after playing nearly a month with a stress fracture in his left fibula, the pain proved too great and Reyes was once again placed on the DL. He returned to the lineup, moving from second base back to shortstop, for the final nine games of the season and enters 2005 as a huge question mark at the top of the order. Mackie Shilstone, a sports performance expert, has designed a program for Reyes to follow. He's high-risk, high-reward.

2004

Reyes was bothered early in the year by a tight right hamstring but once it healed, he dominated Triple-A pitching earning a call up on June 10. He improved each month in the majors, highlighted by his 21 multi-hit games from the All-Star Break and 17:10 K:BB ratio in August. Reyes severely sprained his right ankle on August 31st and was shut down for the rest of the year. Reyes is expected to be fully recovered by spring training, although the ankle has healed slower than expected. Reyes possesses a powerful arm and generally is considered an excellent all-around fielder, but is expected to move to second base with the arrival of Kaz Matsui.

2003

The door has been opened for the Mets' shortstop of the future, following the trade of Rey Ordonez. At Double-A Binghamton in 2002, Reyes hit .287 and stole 27 bases in just 65 games as one of the youngest players in the league. He might struggle early because of iffy plate discipline and inconsistency on the routine play, but this kid is a star waiting to happen.