Trade injured Jose Reyes, or replace him?
Reyes has been, simply put, a revelation this season; he's on pace for the best statistics of his career. Sure, he has had seasons with considerably more power, and he wasn't likely to approach his career best of 78 stolen bases, but the big league-leading .354 batting average is fantastic and worth a ton no matter the format. Say what you will about a contract push or whatever other motivation, but this has been the top fantasy shortstop this season, and it's not even close. Now he joins the Mets' starting corner infielders on the shelf, though it doesn't appear the hamstring problem will keep him out long-term, so fantasy owners really shouldn't panic.
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