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Reyes Foolish Not to Try Free Agency

Barton Silverman/New York Times

You cannot blame another agent for wanting to represent Jose Reyes. If your job is negotiating contracts for baseball players, Reyes is a dream client. He is 28, plays a premium position and is so far having the best season of a very good career.

So although it was refreshing to hear that Reyes expressed loyalty to his longtime agent, Peter Greenberg, on Saturday, the truth is that his case is not complicated. Reyes has every reason to explore free agency this winter and find his value on the open market.

That prospect should not scare the Read Full Article »

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