Looks like Jose Reyes has his head -- not to mention the hair atop it -- in the right place. The Marlins' new shortstop is not only complying with team grooming policy by cutting his hair, but is donating his locks to charity.
The beneficiary: the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida.
Reyes will have his long dreadlocks snipped off at 6 p.m. Friday, and it will be televised live on MLB Network. But the ropy locks won't be broomed away and forgotten like any ordinary hair. They'll be put up for sale on a weeklong auction on eBay, with proceeds going to the charity that benefits kids with life-threatening medical conditions.
Reyes last cut his hair in 2007.