Found October 03, 2011 on Mets Merized Online:
Former Met Rico Brogna, who now blogs for WFAN CBS Sports, had some keen insights on the rise of Jose Reyes over the years from an energetic kid to the impending free agent he is today. In the end though, his opinion is that the Mets should not re-sign him. Personally, after scouting Reyes and the Mets for many recent years, I would let Jose go and let him hit the market. I have my own personal criteria and value chart that I have put together through the years (mainly shaped from teams that I have worked with and learned from) and in this particular player’s case, the value is not a fit for me. Too many inconsistencies and unpredictability with this player to sign long term — and probably have to sign for big bucks to go along with multiple years. I have seen this young talent rise through the minor leagues, scouted him in his rookie and sophomore seasons in New York, and now have finally seen his development take him into his veteran years (freeagent years) as a major league baseb...
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