See you later, Jose Reyes.

The All-Star shortstop is officially an ex-Met, after last night agreeing to a six-year deal with the Miami Marlins worth $106 million, according to major league sources.

Sandy Alderson had a final discussion with Reyes' agents yesterday morning, at which time the Mets general manager was told the parameters of a contract he had in mind for Reyes weren't good enough. Later in the day, the Marlins increased their initial offer — about $80 million over six years — to the final number and sealed the deal.

Alderson indicated Reyes' lead agent, Peter Greenberg, never even bothered to call back and offer the Mets one last shot at his client. But Alderson, who never made a formal offer to Reyes' representatives, said the Mets were not blindsided.