Category: Jose Reyes

R.A. Dickey Says His Relationship with Sandy Alderson Didn’t Have Anything to do with Trade from Mets to Blue Jays

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

For the first time this century, a reigning Cy Young Award winner has changed teams. And in the process, R.A. Dickey has been reunited with former New York Mets teammate Jose Reyes in Toronto, where the Blue Jays are suddenly becoming an unexpected favorite in the American League. R.A. Dickey joined ...

David Wright on underdog tee-shirts: “We shouldn’t consider ourselves underdogs. The expectations in our clubhouse should be higher.”

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

David Wright was a homegrown talent of the New York Mets that came up during the 2004 season with a ton of promise along with Jose Reyes. Over the past few seasons Wright has seen this Mets team crumble around him with payroll going from around $150 million to $80-90 million ...

Ozzie Guillen Confident Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez will Co-Exist: “Hanley Ramirez is a Marlin. We build this ball club around him.”

Friday, December 9th, 2011

You can't take Chicago out of Ozzie Guillen. The Miami Marlins new manager still owns a home in Chicago, and seemingly would prefer to return to his favorite place in the world during the cold of winter rather than enjoy his new sunshine drenched digs in South Beach. Despite being ...

Jose Reyes Doesn’t Believe that Hanley Ramirez is Demanding to Play Shortstop, but is Perfectly Willing to Play 2nd Base if Asked

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

It was a pretty easy decision for Jose Reyes once the free agency period started: Where do I sign on the dotted line for the Miami Marlins? Reyes felt the love from owner Jeffrey Loria and team president David Samson when their front office team came to him and his agent ...

Jose Reyes: “I’m still here with the New York Mets and I’m going to continue to give 100 percent for this team.”

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Jose Reyes may indeed be the most wanted man in Major League Baseball right now as his free agent stocking keeps soaring sky high with a major league leading .348 batting average. The chants of "Jose! Jose! Jose! Jose!" continue to grow louder in Flushing as the Mets faithful are ...

Terry Collins On 2011 Mets “When You Know The Mets Are Coming To Town Your Defense Better Be On Its Toes.”

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

After eleven years of being away from Major League Baseball, Terry Collins was named manager of the New York Mets on November 23rd, 2010. Collins was selected as the 20th manager in franchise history as he was asked to resurrect an organization that has been under utter disappoint and turmoil ...

David Wright Credits Starting Pitching for Mets’ Success

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

One wouldn't expect that a guy leading the league in RBIs would claim that the only reason for his team's success is starting pitching, but that's the way David Wright explains the New York Mets turnaround from a poor 2009 and a tough early month to 2010. It may be ...

David Wright and the Mets Look To Bounce Back From An Awful Season

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

The New York Mets suffered through a 2009 season in which they fell flat on their face.  They moved into an over-sized ballpark that their lineup wasn’t suited for and they had a bunch of injuries that proved to be disastrous.  This year, the Mets enter spring training as healthy ...

SRIs 1st Annual MLB Spring Training Round-Up: National League East Edition

Friday, March 6th, 2009

SRI continues along with our Spring Training Roundups today with the National League East.  Outside of the Yankees-Red Sox, the Phillies and Mets has become the fiercest rivalry in all of Major League Baseball.  These teams generally don't like each other and the trash talking is off and running again ...