Jose Reyes hasn't played in a Major League game since August 7, when his hamstring acted up again. This was of course just two weeks after he'd returned from another injury. If this bothers you, imagine how much it's bothering Reyes: Every day is literally costing him millions of dollars. (Fangraphs had an excellent breakdown of this the other day.) Suffice to say, he'd like to get back lickety-split.
Reyes played in his first rehab game yesterday, for the Binghamton Mets. Not much happened. He went zero-for-one with a walk, and didn't even get to try out that hamstring: He didn't run once. Running is sort of key to the Jose Reyes Experience.
On a side note: It's always fun to look at Jose Reyes' minor-league statistics page on Baseball Reference. The guy has made so many rehab appearances that he's nearly put in a whole other quarter-season there during the last seven years.
Anyway, Reyes will play in Binghamton today and tomorrow before returning for Monday night's game between Florida and New York. Assuming, of course, Hurricane Irene hasn't wiped out Florida and New York by then.