Tag Archives: Jose Reyes

Someone like Jose

OK, so Jose Reyes’ departure snapped me out of my (unintended) blogging hiatus. I found it in myself to read more posts on Reyes from some other blogs over the past two days. I always appreciate good writing, even when it’s tough to stomach. Maybe even more in those cases … Well-written (psycho)analysis from Ted

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Adios

I wasn’t sure I was going to write about Jose Reyes. I thought about just letting this day go by without weighing in, without dwelling on it, and just try to focus on other things — fantasy football, bowl season, Christmas — in the hopes that I might miss any press conferences or introductions in

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My All-Star ballot

I like to look at the All-Star Game as a yearly event, an annual summertime look at the best players in the game that year. I’m not into career achievements or voting for a guy each year just because he’s a perennial starter at his position. Just because a guy like Alex Avila wasn’t a

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Getting 3,000 in New York

So now it looks like Derek Jeter‘s return to the Yankees lineup may be delayed, which would further delay his march to 3,000 hits and reduce the likelihood that he records the milestone hit against the Mets at Citi Field during their July 1-3 Interleague series. And I think that’s a shame. No, really. I

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For the love of … the game

Enjoying BP I haven’t felt an urge to write here in a few weeks because football — specifically, college; more specifically, Notre Dame — has begun and I find myself somewhat playing out the string when it comes to baseball. I’m still invested in it, seeing if the Rays can outlast the Yankees for the

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