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After stealing second to break the record, he then stole third and scored the go-ahead run on a single by David Wright. In his first at bat on Opening Day he aggravated his hamstring injury while running to first base, and was placed on the day disabled list at the end of the game.

The team finished top of their group in both the first and second rounds, but fell to Puerto Rico in the semi-finals. People in the Dominican Republic love the guy a lot, so it's a very tough day not only for the Dominican people, but for everyone because of the guy that he was. He excelled both in the field and at the plate, hitting. He decided he did not want to talk about it until the end of the season.

During the offseason, Reyes was charged with domestic violence, stemming from an incident with his wife while on vacation in Hawaii. Reyes finished the season with a batting average of. Reyes led the National League in stolen bases and led the majors in triples. He became well known for the elaborate handshakes he creates with his teammates to celebrate runs scored.

The shot was originally called a double because it bounced back into play. However, Reyes playing in the World Baseball Classic meant his playing time in the Mets training camp was limited, and led to Manuel deciding to move Reyes back to the leadoff spot.

By the endReyes finished the season with

Reyes finished the season with a. By the end of the season, Reyes had returned to his preferred position of shortstop, with Matsui moving to second base.

The Mets clinched their spot in the playoffs, and Reyes experienced the postseason for the first time in his career. He was placed on the day disabled list and missed the start of the regular season. However, he did not participate due to a strained left hamstring. Reyes was once again placed on the disabled list due to a strained left hamstring. Reyes finished the regular season with an average of.

In the first three months of the season, he demonstrated that he could handle the step up, and was promoted to the Binghamton Mets of the Double-A Eastern League. August also saw Reyes tie the Mets record for stealing at least one base in four straight games.