April Fools or Groundhog Day for Mets Shortstop Jose Reyes?

April Fools or Groundhog Day for Mets Shortstop Jose Reyes? The only thing Mets fans can be thinking when they wake up on April Fools’ Day: “This has to be a joke, right?”

Sadly, it is not, as Jose Reyes and David Murphy are both headed to the disabled list, according to ESPN.com.


Yes, despite the progress of “sliding headfirst” and “playing three innings in the field,” it appears as though Reyes, who played in just 36 games last year, won’t be ready for the season. One day, the injuries have to stop for the Mets, but that day is not April 1.


Photo of the day


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April Fools or Groundhog Day for Mets Shortstop Jose Reyes?

Quote of the day


“I thought we were playing Michael [bleeping] Jordan tonight, the way he was getting the whistle.”
–A frustrated Kevin Garnett, after Kevin Durant went 15-15 from the free-throw line en route to a 109-104 Thunder win


Comment of the day


There’s been some scuttlebutt about Bruce Pearl going to Boston College to coach the basketball team. Though that will never happen for a number of reasons, one reader made a very fine point.


“And Bruce Pearl would look like an idiot if he painted his chest maroon and gold and showed up at Conte Forum for a women’s basketball game…”
— Go Eagles


Video of the day


The Bruins signed Joe Colborne to a three-year contract on Wednesday, and if Bruins fans need something to be excited about, check out this video. If Colborne was making moves like this as a teenager, he’s clearly got some potential.





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