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20Jose Reyes

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After he left during the first inning of the Blue Jays’ Opening Day game with a hamstring injury, Jose Reyes managed to stay on the field for the remainder of the 2014 season. Reyes benefitted greatly from a contract year blitz with the Mets where he hit .337, a number

he has never come close to approaching in any of his 11 other Major League seasons. Reyes also posted a career high 19 errors last season and the worst fielding percentage of any full season. Reyes is due $22 million per year for the next three years making him a costly option for the Blue Jays.

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