I wouldn't want him in my utility position at this point, but if he can match last year's #'s he would be great there if you need steals.
Like a bunch of people have said, the guy has been battling hamstring problems all spring and summer. Personally, I think he can match last year's #'s but it's gonna take him at least another week or two to get comfortable hitting.
Bluto: Over? Did you say over? NOTHING is over until WE decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? HELL, NO!
Boon: Forget it, he's rolling.
I wouldn't expect too much out of Reyes for the rest of 2004. I'm sure there are going to be lingering effects of the hamstring injury, but in a dynasty/keeper league, he still has a great amount of value.
Reyes was one of the most highly regarded prospects, and proved last year that he could cut it on the ML level as well. I saw this kid play in the minors, and I can tell you that he has the tools - he just has to stay healthy. His hammy is worrisome as he is only 21 and has injured it many times already. Right now he just needs to stay healthy and get his timing back. If he can keep off the DL this kid should be able to hit .300 and swipe 40 if given a full season.
I think his hitting will start to pick up, but I am not expecting alot of SB's this year. Reyes is taking it very easy on his tender hamstring. Tonight, he roped a double and gingerly went around the bases and into second, he was not even thinking about the triple. I am not critizing him, I could understand his hesitance to run hard and reinjure himself, but it will defintely have a negative effect on his numbers this year. But I'd rather him stay healthy for the rest of the year, than to push it and be out for another extended period of time.