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