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The fallout from Jose Reyes' arrest begins

The reaction has begun to pour in after the Rockies shortstop was arrested on Halloween in Hawaii on an accusation of domestic abuse.

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Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes arrested in Hawaii for assault, according to report - The Denver Post
Patrick Saunders has all of the details on Jose Reyes' arrest, including possible reactions from both the Rockies and MLB as the situation unfolds.

Jose Reyes arrested for domestic assault -
There is also a story on Reyes' arrest from Thomas Harding that features a statement issued by the Rockies regarding their stance on the incident, which essentially boils down to that they will decide the proper course of action once all of the details are known.

Rockies, MLB must act swiftly if Jose Reyes allegations are true - Purple Row
Drew Creasman has a reaction to Reyes' arrest, concluding that if the accusation is true the team and league must take swift, decisive action, especially as the Rockies have emphasized the importance of character over the years.

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Former Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson dead at 29 - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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ESPN2 to Televise 2015 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards Show Presented by Golden Sports Tuesday - ESPN MediaZone
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