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Jose Reyes has a long and unsettlimg history of injuries. But he avoided any issues last year with Miami, and now he embarks on a new period of his career in Toronto. Will Reyes be able to stay healthy like he did last year? Scott Engel and Gregg Sussman do not agree on his health outlook.
Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria Told Jose Reyes To Buy A House In Miami Two Days Before Trading Jose Reyes To A Different Country
When Jeffrey Loria Jeffrey Loria’d the Miami Marlins earlier this offseason, Marlins fans weren’t the least bit pleased. One of the players he traded, Jose Reyes, was similarly displeased. He had just signed a six-year, $106 million contract with the team, and expect to spend the next phase of his life in South Beach.
UPDATE: The Marlins Are Sending Virtually Their Entire Team To Toronto As Jeffrey Loria Screws Miami
The Miami Marlins are reportedly dealing their entire team to the Toronto Blue Jays. Giancarlo Stanton was left out and he is very upset, but find out who was a part of this blockbuster deal, after the jump.
There comes a point in every man’s life when there’s just nothing left to say, and that was probably last night for Ozzie Guillen. The Los Angeles Dodgers were leading the Miami Marlins 8-4 in the bottom of the seventh inning with runners on first and second when 3B Luis Cruz chopped a ball up the third base line. Cruz’s 3B counterpart, Greg Dobbs, barehanded the grounder and submarined an errant throw to first (which Carlos Lee could have picked) that caromed off the wall behind first base and into right field. Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier, the two runners on base, subsequently scored.
Last week the newest Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes had his dreadlocks cut off live on the MLB Network. This week, he auctioned off said luxurious locks for a pretty penny on eBay. Oh, the things people do with that extra cash lying around the house.
Jerry Seinfeld is many things – stand-up comic, star of a beloved TV series, Mets fan. And he’s not just keeping up appearances: that Mets fandom is the real deal. Don’t believe us? After the jump, watch as Seinfeld explains to David Letterman why his dog is named “Jose.”
ESPN The Mag’s Naked Photoshoot Reduced Even The Most Confident Athletes To A Pile Of Nervous Giggles
When posing nude for a magazine shoot isn’t something you do often (and maybe even if it is – believe it or not, we wouldn’t know), the moments before you bare all have to be nerve-racking. This is putting yourself out there in the most basic sense, and even for elite-level athletes, it’s not an easy decision to make.
There is very little reason for anyone to be at Citi Field right now. The New York Mets, currently 76-85 and 25 games out of first place, are playing their last game of the year against the also-mediocre Cincinnati Reds. It’s a dreary and foggy day in New York. It’s the afternoon on a weekday. These are conditions that don’t exactly scream “baseball.”
There is one reason to be at Citi Field, though. Well, actually, there was, because that reason just got taken out of the game after one at-bat.
A couple years ago, ESPN the Magazine started producing an annual Body Issue, featuring athletes both male and female posing either without much clothing or none at all. And if you can believe this, an issue featuring nude photos (private parts covered, but still) of well-known athletes immediately became one of the magazine’s biggest hits. So it’s no surprise to hear they’re doing another – and today, the roster of names to be featured in the next body issue was revealed. See all the men and women participating after the jump.
Mets Owner Fred Wilpon Is Going To Get In A Lot Of Trouble For Saying Hurtful Things That Are All True
In this week’s New Yorker, Fred Wilpon ripped some of the best players on the baseball team he owns. He will catch hell for it. Here’s why he shouldn’t.