New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes is a front runner for the NL MVP at the midpoint of the season. He leads the majors with 123 hits, 15 triples and a .352 batting average. Reyes also ranks second in stolen bases (30) and runs scored (65) and first in multihit games (42). Saturday, in an interleague game against the Yankees, Reyes was forced to leave the game with a hamstring injury. How serious is it?
A lot of people are proponents of Interleague play, in Major League Baseball. Others, like Terence Moore, of mlb.com, argue that Interleague play has ruined the mystique of the National and American Leagues. View Moore's column, courtesy of mlb.com, below.
Earlier this week, rumors started to circulate that New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes may be on the move, and the San Francisco Giants may have some interest. Blogger Anthony DiComo, of mlb.com, lists some possible destinations for Reyes, below.
The 2011 Major League Baseball season begins today, so I'm going to take a stab at picking the respective divisions, as well as which players might walk away with the major awards. I'm not going out on a limb, as I am picking the Boston Red Sox to win the World Series. View my picks, below.
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