Found June 24, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
PLAYERS: Jose Reyes
TEAMS: Toronto Blue Jays
The scorching hot Blue Jays having just come off of an 11 game winning streak will get even stronger on Wednesday, which will upset the entire MLB. Jose Reyes has been on the DL since April 12 with a sprained left ankle and has finally healed from the injury. According to Shi David of Sportsnet, the Blue Jays are going to activate shortstop Jose Reyes from the DL on Wednesday. This is huge news for the Blue Jays. For a team that has been scorching hot, getting a player back such as Jose Reyes could make them much better, which is frightening. Even without Reyes they went on an eleven game winning streak. The Blue Jays are getting one of the biggest pieces to their puzzle back in Reyes. The results from getting him back can be eye popping. On the year, Reyes is hitting .395 with 1 home run and five RBI's. If Reyes is fully healthy, which is a big if, the rest of the AL East better watch out. If the Blue Jays were doing well without Reyes, they can be great with him. The results could be scary for other teams, but satisfying for the Blue Jays. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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