He actually wanted Hamilton and Matt Capps, but I turned that one down. This is my potential counter.
Yea or ney?
My roster: Ten team 5x5 roto nonkeeper
C Mike Napoli, Tex C, 1B 1B Joey Votto, Cin 1B 2B Robinson Cano, NYY 2B 3B Kevin Youkilis, Bos 1B, 3B SS Jed Lowrie, BOS SS 2B/SS Asdrubal Cabrera, Cle SS 1B/3B Mitch Moreland, TEX 1B OF Shin-Soo Choo, Cle OF OF Curtis Granderson, NYY OF OF Alex Rios, TOR OF OF Sam Fuld, TB OF OF Ryan Roberts, ARI, OF UTIL Justin Smoak, SEA 1B BN Jose Tabata, PIT OF P Justin Verlander, Det SP P Jose Valverde, DET RP P Max Scherzer, Det SP P Brandon Morrow, TOR SP P Hiroki Kuroda, LAD SP P Jhoulys Chacin, Col SP P Matt Capps, MIN RP P Joel Hanrahan, Pit RP P Mitchell Boggs, STL, RP Bench Jorge De La Rosa, COL SP Bench Darren Oliver, TEX RP Bench Madison Baumgarner, SF SP DL Josh Hamilton, TEX OF
This is a tough one... Honestly I think I would hold onto Hamilton here though. I think that a healthy Hamilton completes your offense more than Reyes does. He gives you the power you need with Votto, Cano, and Youk to put you over the top. You already have decent speed guys scattered through your lineup, so I don't think Reyes gives you much more than what you already have. Overall, it's a fair deal though, and if you have doubts about Hamilton staying healthy when he comes back, or if you want to take your offense in that direction (emphasizing speed) then go for it. Personally, I would not do this though. Hope that helps.
Health is an issue for Reyes as well. If Hamilton is healthy he's better for you IMO, so by trading him you are trading off your feeling that he might be injured later. Not a valid reason to trade someone (although a valid reason NOT to trade for someone), again just in my opinion.