Dec 4, 2011, 11:16 PM EDT
The Miami Marlins made one of the biggest splashes of the offseason by reportedly landing former Mets All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes in a 6-year, $106 million deal late Sunday evening.
The move obviously has very interesting implications in Philadelphia. Reyes’ ability to secure a 6-year deal at such a lucrative annual salary will surely have Dan Lozano, Jimmy Rollins’ agent, smiling. Then there’s Reyes pairing up with Hanley Ramirez for years to come on a team rising in the NL East. And, of course, Reyes leaving big shoes to fill in New York.
There’s even rumblings about the Marlins still going hard after Albert Pujols.
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