Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes has been sidelined by
a severely sprained left ankle since early April. He recently had his walking
boot removed, allowing him to begin the slow process of regaining strength in
his ankle. As his rehab picks up, Reyes is hoping to return to the Blue Jays by
the end of June, according to Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.
When Reyes initially suffered the injury,...
Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes was removed from the walking boot that protected his severely sprained left ankle as part of his continued rehab, Sportsnet reports. Reyes, who suffered the injury just 10 games into the season, is still expected to be sidelined until around the All-Star break.
“Reyes could score over 110 runs, while stealing over 40 bases, and knocking out 10 HRs. Doing all this while hitting over .300. If you let Reyes slip because of his bad season in Miami where he still managed to hit 10+ HRs and steal 40 bases. You are giving away one of the most prized players in Fantasy Baseball.”
“The move to Toronto, and playing for a contender, should do wonders for his fantasy value, with a nice bump in HR, runs and the usual pile of stolen bases. The idea that Reyes is a major injury risk is greatly exaggerated. ”