Why is Jose Reyes popular right now?

2011 National League batting champ Jose Reyes signed a $102 million for six year contract with the Miami Marlins on December 4, 2011. (as of December 5 at 15:26 UTC)
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ESPN Reporting that the Marlins have traded Jose Reyes to the Blue Jays.
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He is currently leading the National League batting race. His nearest competition, Ryan Braun, will need to get a minimum of 3 hits in 4 or less at bats tonight to catch Jose.
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2011 National League batting champ Jose Reyes signed a $102 million for six year contract with the Miami Marlins on December 4, 2011.
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He is currently leading the National League batting race. His nearest competition, Ryan Braun, will need to get a minimum of 3 hits in 4 or less at bats tonight to catch Jose.
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