The Dominican infielder, a historic New York Mets player, puts an end to his professional career.
Jose Reyes announced his retirement as a professional player. The 37-year-old Dominican infielder, historical figure of New York Mets In this new century, he communicated the news through social networks.
“As a child in the Dominican Republic, I never dreamed of achieving everything I have achieved through this wonderful game,” wrote the Quiqueyan on his Twitter account.
– Jose Reyes (@ lamelaza_7) July 29, 2020
Reyes won the National batting title in 2011 with the Mets, when he hit .337 before heading to the Marlins as a free player after that season.
His greatest impact on the New York franchise was in its first seasons, beginning in 2003, when it debuted at the age of 19. His last participation with the Mets was in 2018.
Reyes is the Mets’ all-time leader in 3s and stolen bases, and concludes his career with a .283 average, 145 home runs, 131 3s and 517 swindles.
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