Update, 7:07 pm:
“I’ll be ready for spring training,” Reyes told the New York Post today.
To hear more from Reyes, on the specific injuries and what might or might not require surgery, read the Post report, here.
According to WFAN, Jose Reyes has a partial tear in his hamstring, which will put him out of action for six weeks.
Reyes still may need surgery on the torn tendon behind his knee. He will decide whether to have surgery on the tendon during the next two weeks, according to the report.
In either case, whether he has surgery or not, Reyes will be 100 percent for Opening Day next season.
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Speaking of Reyes…
Jerry Manuel recently did an interview with SNY.TV, during which he talked about missing Reyes this season and what his future holds, as well as how the team plans to get more power out of David Wright next season.
To watch part one of the interview, use the video player in the sidebar.