Hanley Ramirez can complain about the Marlins shifting him to third base, but he can't argue the Marlins are giving Jose Reyes special treatment. Owner Jeffrey Loria after the Marlins introduced Reyes Wednesday said his haircut policy had not changed, and Reyes would be subject to it like everyone else. When Reyes arrives in Jupiter in February for spring training, he won't be sporting the dreadlocks he has now. "No problem at all," said Reyes, who signed a six-year, $106 million deal with Miami. "That's not going to affect me and the way I play the game. I've got to cut it off, no problem."
Miami Marlins will make Jose Reyes cut his dreadlocks
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | Dec 9