A day after becoming the 72nd player in major league history to reach the 400 stolen base mark, Jose Reyes was unsure how many more he had in him. About 300 maybe? "I don't know about that," said Reyes, through his signature cackle. "There are going to be some more stolen bases." After Saturday's game, the Marlins presented him with the bag to commemorate the milestone. Reyes got Nos. 401 and 402 Sunday, giving him 32 on the season. He can now boast three straight seasons of 30 or more and seven overall. Among active players he ranks sixth behind Juan Pierre, Ichiro Suzuki, Carl Crawford, Johnny Damon and Omar Vizquel.