Hanley Ramirez would have no problem welcoming Jose Reyes to South Beach.
With that being said, Ramirez stopped short of saying that he would welcome a position switch should the free agent shortstop sign with the soon-to-be Miami Marlins.
"I'm the shortstop right now and I consider myself a shortstop," Ramirez told the Miami Herald.
The Marlins, who have openly courted Reyes, have not asked Ramirez about possibly shifting over to third base should they ink the current New York Mets speedster to a contract.
"I think he's a really good player," Ramirez said of Reyes. "Everybody knows that. This organization needs him. It's good when you see the front office put the best team they can on the field."
The 27-year-old Ramirez endured his worst season with the Marlins, batting .243 with 10 home runs and 45 RBIs in 2011.
He has a career .306 batting average and had hit at least 21 homers in four straight seasons.