According to the Associated Press, a Hawaii judge has approved dismissing a domestic abuse charge against Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich said that he's not sure when MLB commissioner Rob Manfred will rule on a suspension for shortstop Jose Reyes.
According to the Associated Press, Maui prosecutors are moving to dismiss a domestic abuse charge against Jose Reyes.
Major League Baseball has placed Jose Reyes on paid leave pending the completion of his criminal case for domestic abuse.
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports the Rockies' front office isn't thrilled about having Jose Reyes at spring training while his domestic abuse case is still active.
Christian Red of the New York Daily News reports that Jose Reyes will stand trial on domestic abuse charges in Hawaii.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that Major League Baseball is expected to hand down suspensions for alleged domestic violence prior to spring training.
Jose Reyes has pleaded not guilty to a domestic abuse charge involving his wife.
Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes is scheduled to appear in a Maui courthouse on November 24 for his arraignment and plea for an alleged domestic violence incident.
Chelsea Davis of Hawaii News Now reports that Jose Reyes was arrested in Maui for domestic abuse involving his wife.
Jose Reyes (Achilles) went 3-for-5 with a run scored in his return to the lineup Tuesday.
Jose Reyes (Achilles) is not in the Rockies' lineup Saturday against the Dodgers.
Jose Reyes is not in the Rockies' lineup Thursday afternoon against the visiting Pirates.
Jose Reyes (Achilles) is back in the Rockies' lineup Monday.