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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||630.00||11.00||.289||54.00||98.00||34.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|Rib - 15-day DL. Out until at least mid-May|
|vs N.Y. Yankees||12||3||0|| .308|| .250|| .250|
|vs Archer (Career)||20||9||0|| .550||.522||.450|
|vs RHP||49||13||0|| .294|| .327|| .265|
|12/24/2014||Cole Hamels, SP PHI|
Javier Baez, 2B CHC
|Jose Reyes, SS TOR|
Jose Quintana, SP CHW
|12/24/2014||Jose Reyes, SS TOR|
Carlos Gonzalez, RF COL
|Jon Lester, SP CHC|
|12/23/2014||Jose Reyes, SS TOR|
Madison Bumgarner, SP SF
|Starling Marte, LF PIT|
|Last 10 Games|
Report: MRI for Blue Jays SS Jose Reyes pushed back
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(5/5/15) Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes won't undergo an MRI on his cracked rib until Wednesday or Thursday, per TSN 1050. He was hoping to get one Tuesday.
"I can't wait to get the MRI to see the results how the muscle is and how the crack in the rib is coming along," Reyes said, per TSN.ca.
Reyes, however, has reported that he is feeling better. He has been out since April 28 and is ineligible to return until mid-May.
Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes set for MRI next week
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(5/4/15) Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes won't return to baseball activities for at least another week and will undergo an MRI after the team's current home stand, according to MLB.com.
Reyes, who is currently on the 15-day DL with a rib injury, is hopeful to have his injury healed enough to have a rehab schedule set for his return.
"We're going to try to give it as much time as we can, the MRI, to see if the rib is completely healed," general manager Alex Anthopoulos said. "If it has and he feels good, we'll get him going. We just want to give it that much more time."
Reyes is hitting .250 with seven RBI in 60 at-bats this season.
Blue Jays SS Jose Reyes says DL stint was needed
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(4/28/15) Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes said Tuesday he needed to go on the disabled list because he didn't feel his cracked rib would heal if he continued to play, per The Toronto Star.
“I need to get better, I need to get better because playing like that I feel like it wasn’t me," he said. “I’d rather take the two weeks, at least, three weeks, whatever it is and get this right, man, and come back and play the way that I play.”
Ryan Goins and Jonathan Diaz will platoon at shortstop in Reyes' absence.
Blue Jays place Jose Reyes (rib) on disabled list; Diaz called up
|by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer|
|(4/27/15) Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes (rib) has been placed on the 15-day disabled list and replaced on the roster with infielder Jonathan Diaz, who will be called up from the minors, reports MLB.com.|
Reyes had been trying to play through a cracked rib and muscle strain in his left side, which had prevented the switch hitter from batting from the left side.
Reyes, who went 1 for 4 in Monday's loss, is 3 for his last 24.
Blue Jays leadoff hitter Jose Reyes dealing with new reality
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(4/27/15) Jose Reyes is a switch-hitter who is not a switch-hitter at this time. A cracked rib and muscle strain in his left side are preventing the Blue Jays leadoff hitter from batting left-handed. So he is batting right-handed against righties.
And it's not working.
Reyes has just two hits in his last 19 at-bats since being forced into that move. His 2-for-13 slump over four previous games makes it even tougher to deal with. His average has plunged from .417 to .250 since April 12.
"I'm hanging in there," he told the National Post. "The more pitches I see, the more comfortable I'm going to feel. But it's a little bit weird."
Switch-hitters have an advantage in watching breaking balls always break toward them, but Reyes has lost that advantage against right-handed pitchers.
"When I hit against a righty from the left side, the slider comes to be, you know," Reyes said. "Now, right on right, the slider goes away from me. That's a different ball game."
|2014 summary: Reports of Jose Reyes' demise have been greatly exaggerated, at least if his 2014 season with the Blue Jays is any indication. Even missing two weeks due to a tight hamstring, he still ranked first among shortstops in Head-to-Head points leagues and second in Rotisserie. And though he's no longer a candidate for 50 steals in a season, his 30 ranked second at the position and 12th for all the majors.|
Playing time status: Reyes' legs, specifically his hamstrings, have become a chronic issue at age 31, and playing half his games on an artificial surface certainly doesn't help. They're what cost him those two weeks last year, and they cost him a lengthy stretch in 2011 as well. Between them and various other leg issues, Reyes has averaged just 115.2 games over his last six seasons. It's why he'll never be even a second-rounder in Fantasy despite his steady production at a weak position.
2015 outlook: If steals were all Reyes provided in his prime, his 30 now wouldn't be enough to separate him from the pack. But he's able to drive the ball into the gaps and occasionally over the fence and has a good batting eye as well, which should allow him to age gracefully by shortstop standards. Round 3 might be a reach for him, but he'll be one of the top three or four shortstops off the board again.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|5/6/15||NYY||7:07 pm||CC Sabathia|
|5/8/15||BOS||7:07 pm||Wade Miley|
|5/9/15||BOS||1:07 pm||Joe Kelly|
|5/10/15||BOS||1:07 pm||Clay Buchholz|
|5/11/15||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Ubaldo Jimenez|
|5/12/15||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Chris Tillman|
|5/13/15||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Miguel Gonzalez|