Our apologies, as we should have discussed this earlier.
Dominican Shortstop, Jose Reyes, has announced his official retirement from baseball. Although, he last played in the Majors in 2018, he has not yet retired publicly.
Playing most of his career with the New York Mets, Reyes would be named to four All-Star Games, was a Silver Slugger (2006), and won the Batting Title in 2011. Reyes would exhibit blistering speed, which he showcased by leading the NL in Tripled four times and Stolen Bases three times. In terms of thievery on the base paths, he was in the top ten six other times.
In addition to the Mets, Reyes played for Miami, Toronto, and Colorado, and fittingly he finished his career in the Big Apple. Reyes would collect just over 2,000 Hits in his career with 517 Stolen Bases.
Reyes is eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2024, and when our section of the 2024 Baseball futures are up, he will be featured.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com wish Jose Reyes the best in his post-playing career.