With news breaking yesterday that Jose Reyes has a torn hamstring, I can't help but think how this injury will change the Mets' plans as they head into the offseason. While nothing has been confirmed as of yet, it seems likely that Reyes is destined for surgery to repair the torn hamstring. According to David Lennon, a complete hamstring tear could take between three to six months to repair.
But no matter how long the Mets expect Reyes to fully rehabilitate the injury, one thing has become painfully clear: The Mets need to prepare for the 2010 season expecting that Reyes will miss ample time.
It's the only way the Mets can protect themselves from the uncertainty that is Jose Reyes.
Hell, even if Reyes is completely healthy at the start of the season, who's to say that Jose Re ...
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