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Jose Reyes homers in first at bat as a Marlin (w/video)

  JUPITER -- It didn't take long for Jose Reyes to make some noise as a Marlin. The former Mets star homered in his very first at bat, taking Ricky Nolasco deep in Sunday's intrasquad scrimmage at Roger Dean Stadium. The home run to right came on the second pitch thrown to him, an inside fastball. Check it out, as well as some bonus footage of Carlos Zambrano pitching in the scrimmage:  

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Ricardo Reino

Nolasco still sucks, no surprise. Ugh

Bob

Yeah, Ricky is glad that he doesn't have to face Reyes anymore.

@Ricky: There's a reason they have spring training.

Chef Boy-R-Dee

Nolasco is the Marlins new Volstad...Bombs Away...Serves Great Meatballs

Reality Check

typical marlin haters seeing this as a bad nolasco vs. a great acquisition of reyes. please set yourselves on fire and die slowly.

Oz

reality check.. ur a horse's ass one has nothing to do with the other

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