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"I feel very happy about that," Reyes said Wednesday.
"I know I had a lot of injuries a couple of years there, at the same time I had a very good year there, too. The thing I'm most proud of is every time I took the field I gave 100 percent to that team. And of all the support the fans gave me there, through tough moments that I had there. They were always 100 percent behind me, so that is something I'm never going to forget."
Reyes hit .337 last season to become the first Met to win a batting title. Leg injuries plagued him in his final three seasons with the team, including 2011 when he was limited to 126 games.
He signed a $106 million, six-year deal with the Marlins in the offseason and was critical of the Mets for not making a formal offer to re-sign him.