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Jose Reyes turned the easiest triple play you'll see

As the Arizona Diamondback runners break on the pitch, Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes snares a line drive and tosses to DJ LeMahieu, who steps on second and fires to first for the triple play. Nicely produced. Please follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Like us on Facebook, Or return home for award winning writing.
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19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rockies turn triple play vs D-backs (Video)

The Colorado Rockies turned a triple play in the ninth inning of the first game of a Tuesday doubleheader against Arizona.With Diamondbacks runners on first and second going on the pitch, Paul Goldschmidt hit a line drive to shortstop Jose Reyes. The runners had no chance to get back to their bases, as Reyes tossed to D.J. LeMahieu at second, who threw it to Ben Paulsen to complete...
Via Holdout Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Eager to win, Jose Reyes hints he wants to be traded from Rockies

Not long after he touched down in Colorado after being sent to the Rockies in a trade-deadline deal that sent Troy Tulowitzki to the Blue Jays, Jose Reyes has delicately expressed his desire to make his stay in Colorado a short one. His sentiments became more direct over the weekend, and now Reyes' opinions on being a member of the Rockies are unmistakable. "I'm at the point in my...
Via Fox Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Sunday Thoughts: Jose Reyes’ comments speak volumes about the Colorado Rockies

  There is no longer a reason to recap the Colorado Rockies games. Anyone still following knows the story line. They don’t need another brutal reminder every single day. However, on Sunday morning, The Denver Post Rockies beat writer Nick Groke wrote a piece about Jose Reyes and his thoughts about being with the Rockies. It was something that echoed thoughts that Reyes had made...
Via BSN Denver
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes hints he wants out of Colorado

    Jose Reyes has spent less than a month with the Colorado Rockies, and it sounds like he has already had enough. Over the weekend, Reyes expressed frustration over the fact that he is inching toward the end of his career and playing for a team that is nowhere close to being a contender. “You come from a ballclub that was competing for a spot in the playoffs,” the 32...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes not shy about his feelings regarding the Colorado Rockies

  If Jose Reyes is the stating shortstop of your favorite big league ball club, you’re probably pretty happy with his day-to-day performances. That is unless you’ve watched Troy Tulowitzki as your teams shortstop over the last eight years. Colorado Rockies first year general manager Jeff Bridich entered his first year with a lot to figure out. Should he follow in the footsteps...
Via BSN Denver
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes admits to being distracted early on with Rockies

Jose Reyes hasn't been exactly stellar since being tradedto the Colorado Rockies from the Toronto Blue Jays at the trade deadline, whichthe shortstop attributes to settling into a new city in the middle of theseason."For the first week, my mind was running off," saidReyes, who joined the Rockies on July 29 after two-and-a-half seasons inToronto. "But now I have a place here and everything...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes Clears Waivers, Says Mets Can Win It All

Jon Heyman of CBS Sports is reporting that Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes has cleared waivers and can be traded to any team willing to take on his remaining $44 million dollar contract through 2017. Reyes recently told Steve Politi of that he believes the Mets can win the World Series this year. “No question, they […]
Via Mets Merized Online
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Reyes Would Love To Finish His Career With Mets

Check out this exclusive interview by Tim Rohan of the New York Times, who caught up with former Mets shortstop Jose Reyes, now a new member of the Colorado Rockies. Reyes discusses his trade to the Rockies from the Toronto Blue Jays and laments going from a team hunting for the postseason to a last […]
Via Mets Merized Online
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Lack Of Three-Baggers Part Of Reyes’ Downfall

You have to think the Toronto Blue Jays are smiling at having just gotten rid of Jose Reyes’ contract. Chortling maybe. Under their breaths. What has he done? That is the question Jays’ executives have asked for a long time. Injuries set him back but that’s not all. Sure, the Jays acquired Troy Tulowitzki in return in the Reyes’ blockbuster and his salary is quite astronomical...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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