TORONTO – If the eye-catching smile doesn’t get you, the electric play on the basepaths will.
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes gets people’s attention with his unique brand of baseball. He’s a dynamo with great range in the field and track star speed.
And over the last week or two, he finally looks like the Reyes of old.
The three-time all-star, one of the key pieces in a November 2012 blockbuster trade with Miami, was hampered by injury problems in his first season in Toronto. It was more of the same earlier this year as a tight hamstring kept him out of the lineup for a few weeks.
Once he returned, it took some time for Reyes to find his rhythm. The leadoff hitter has found it now and his play is a big reason why the Blue Jays have moved to the top of the American League East…
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