Rockies released SS Jose Reyes.
The New York Post's Ken Davidoff relays that "most industry executives surveyed believe Colorado will not find a willing trade partner for [Jose Reyes]."
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal hears from major-league sources that the Mets are "debating internally" whether signing Jose Reyes would be worth the public-relations fallout.
MLB Network's Jon Heyman says the Royals aren't targeting Jose Reyes.
According to Alex Cora of ESPN, the Royals are eyeing Jose Reyes to play second base.
Rockies designated SS Jose Reyes for assignment.
Jose Reyes' rehab assignment with Triple-A Albuquerque is scheduled to end on Wednesday.
Jose Reyes (suspension) will join Triple-A Albuquerque on Monday for a rehab assignment.
Jose Reyes (suspension) completed a physical Thursday at the Rockies' spring training complex.
Jose Reyes (suspension) will report to the Rockies' spring training facility in Arizona on Thursday.
Major League Baseball has suspended Jose Reyes through May 31 for his involvement in an alleged domestic abuse incident last fall.
ESPN's Buster Olney reports that there are teams interested in trading for Jose Reyes.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that a decision on the suspension for Jose Reyes could be revealed as soon as Friday.
According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Jose Reyes' impending suspension is likely to be for at least 60 games.