Getting a Bit Ahead of Ourselves, Aren't We?
Coming into 2006, in three seasons, Jose Reyes' OPS+: 82.
His .749 OPS this year is fine, but Jeter's is at .897. Hell the last time Jeter's OPS was that low was... 1995, when he played in 15 games.
Yes, I will go so far as to say that Reyes is the 3rd best shortstop in New York, considering that the best shortstop in town is now playing third base. Perhaps Reyes is the 4th or 5th best shortstop in New York when the Orioles and Phillies are in town.
ESPN, you've outdone yourselves again.
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