Jon Heyman reports that Rockies’ shortstop Jose Reyes has cleared waivers and at least a couple teams have been “poking around.”
Hard to see anyone having a super high amount of interest in him, no matter how famous he is. He’s owed $55 million through 2017 and is hitting a mere .274/.310/.369 this season. His defense at shortstop is not what it used to be and contenders, including the Yankees, who Heyman says have spoken to the Rockies, would likely consider him a second baseman.
I guess he’s capable of some lightning in a bottle production, but at this point you have to think not many teams would be all that keen on him given his contract.