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Jose Reyes is ready to cut his dreads, and it's going to be an event. The MLB Network's “Hot Stove Show” will televise this monumental moment in hair history tonight at 6 p.m. ET.
The Marlins, who have had a long-standing policy regarding length of hair and facial hair said Reyes wouldn't be an exception when they inked the shortstop to a six-year, $106 million contract in December. With Spring Training just a few weeks away, Reyes is ready to cut his locks.
Marlins All-Stars Josh Johnson and Hanley Ramirez have had to clean up their acts in similar fashion during past years before Spring Training.
Here's hoping that Reyes chooses this look, as seen on Patriots WR Tiquan Underwood for his next style.
This Photoshopped pic won't come to fruition, as Reyes won't be sporting his dreads in Miami
Head-banging won't look as cool minus the dreads
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New team. New uniform. New stadium. New hair?That's exactly the case for new Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes, who cut off his patented dreadlocks for charity on national TV Friday though not entirely by choice.Reyes spent nine seasons with the New York Mets before signing a six-year, 106 million contract with the Marlins in December. However as part of his new deal, Reyes...
Along with a new uniform, Jose Reyes is getting a new look.
The All-Star shortstop, who has let his dreadlocks grow since 2007, planned a nationally televised haircut Friday on the MLB Network.
Reyes left the New York Mets in December for a $106 million, six-year contract with the Miami Marlins. His new team has a rule prohibiting hair below the helmet line.
Reyes planned to have...
Sweet Fancy Moses. That is way, way, too over-the-top. It looks like something David Bromstad would come up with for a custom headboard design and custom made for a fancy Miami couple on an episode of Color Splash. And that ain’t a good thing. The Color Splash reference? Married men can dig it, although as [...]
Pitcher Anibal Sanchez and the Miami Marlins have completed their salary arbitration hearing.
The right-hander asked a three-person panel Friday for a raise from $3.7 million to $8 million, and the Marlins argued he should be paid $6.9 million.
A decision by arbitrators Elizabeth Neumeier, James Oldham and Gil Vernon is expected Saturday.
Sanchez, who is eligible for free agency...
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Jose Reyes parted ways with a commodity near and dear to his heart Friday — his hair. The Marlins shortstop had a televised haircut on MLB Network to show he is complying with his new team’s rules. He also turned it into a charity event; the hair is up for bid on eBay and the proceeds will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in South Florida...
I tweeted out these photos earlier, but here they are again in case you missed them. The last six without cutlines are courtesy of the Marlins.
Miami Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison is a big fan of Twitter. So much so, in fact, that he started a contest for his followers. The requirements: strike Morrison's newly created "LoMo" pose in a creative fashion. Originally, the third-year outfielder was only offering prizes and retweets through Jan. 31 for his favorite renditions of the "LoMo." Today,...
We’re happy to welcome Albert Lyu back to the FanGraphs team. His work will again appear regularly here on the site.
Before Josh Johnson was lost for the season with shoulder injuries in May, he was ready to dominate the National League yet again as an early 2011 Cy Young Award candidate. He flashed a 1.64 ERA and a 2.64 FIP — and he was whiffing 8.35 batters per nine innings...
The fuse has been lit for a super middleweight explosion March 17 on HBO between an undefeated Edwin "La Bomba" Rodriguez and Donovan "Da Bomb" George, live from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Dominican Republic-native Rodriguez (20-0, 14 KOs), a 26-year-old fighting out of Worcester (MA), is genuinely excited about making his HBO and...
The Marlins announced that, with the exception of Opening Night, single-game tickets for the 2012 season will go on sale March 3.
The Marlins field of dreams is starting to turn into a field of green.