April 24, 2012 12:00 AM
" There aren't many nights worth circling on this year's Mets schedule, but Tuesday is one of them.
It's Jose Reyes' first game at Citi Field in a new uniform, something that everyone has been looking forward to since he signed with the Marlins as a free agent during the offseason. Reyes' return has touched off a bit of discussion around the area about whether the crowd should greet him with cheers or if there should be boos for a player who left the Mets to sign with another team in the same division.
We're expecting a warm greeting when he leads off the game, especially since that trip to the plate will be accompanied by a video tribute to his days with the Mets. The cheering is no bother, but the video is a little more complicated.
The problem isn't taking a moment to honor what Reyes meant to the franchise during his nine years in a Mets uniform. He meant a lot and did some great things, and recognizing that is a classy move regardless of the fact that he chose to leave for a divisional rival "
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