Latest Update Jose Reyes crushes it against Red Sox Wed Jul, 23, 10:36 AM
One of the game's premier base-stealers, he can also hit with power--especially doubles and triples. Is selective enough at the dish to produce big numbers. Is also an athletic and solid fielder with a great arm at shortstop.
Flaws: : Has been injury-prone for stretches of his career, especially with his legs (his meal ticket). Makes his fair share of errors at shortstop, mainly because of a lack of concentration. Is a little too high-maintenance.
This was Reyes' third multi-hit performance in his last four games and he's really turned it up here in the month of July. So far, this month, he's hitting .333 with two home runs, nine RBI and three stolen bases in 75 at-bats which has brought his slash line up to .276/.326/.420 for the year. Obviously still an injury risk, but with games like that, how can you not take the chance?Analyst: Howard Bender
Reyes has stayed surprisingly healthy this season after playing only 93 games for the Blue Jays last season. After todays showing he is now hitting .273 with 52 runs, seven home runs, 30 RBI and 18 stolen bases. The Blue Jays are in Boston on Monday facing John Lackey who Reyes is 3 for 6 with in his career against. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Reyes is now 10-for-31 (.323 BA) over his last seven games, which is a stretch in which he has registered a hit in six of those contests. He is now sporting a .267 average with seven home runs, 26 RBI, 48 runs scored and 17 steals, but will need to turn it up in the second half to live up to the hype placed on him heading into the 2014 season. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Reyes had half his team's hits on Sunday as the Blue Jays were shutout for the fifth time in their last 22 games. While Reyes was in a bit of a slump he has since hit .414 (12-for-29) over his last six games.Analyst: Michael Pichan