Reyes stayed consistent this year, adding some Power Balance voltage, but mostly sticking to what’s already made him one of the most electric players in baseball.
Rawlings Pro Preferred PROSNP2KBM Pro Mesh
From our previous update:
The thread about Reyes on that forum is here, and what we know is that Reyes uses an 11 1/4 inch Neifi Perez model, an extremely popular model among today’s middle-infielders. That’s as small as you’ll see in the Big Leagues. It’s interesting to see (in the picture above) how high up on his hand Reyes’ glove fits. What’s even more unique is that Reyes uses a Pro Mesh style, which you can see on the back of the fingers of the glove. Rawlings claims that this reduces the weight of the glove by 12%-15%, essentially making your hands a touch quicker.
This glove is not available online except for the rare occasion it pops up on a forum or eBay. The very similar Rawlings PRONP5M is a good alternative.
This is more of a guess based on Reyes’ new team’s color scheme, since we haven’t seen him wear sunglasses in the regular season yet. Reyes wore his signature Core version in the WBC (below), but we suspect that those colors wouldn’t match up with the Jays’ blue/white uniforms as well as these. Either way, they’re both available, so suit yourself.
Though you can’t see the Phiten logo, you can see the MLB logo on Jose’s Phiten sleeve, which has been his choice since the beginning of WPW. You can add one to your game at the link above.
Two Power Balance Volt Wristbands w/ Silver Hologram
Reyes has been wearing dual PB Volt wristbands with the Jays. He wears the silver hologram, but there are other options available at that link above.
Power Balance Volt Necklace
The Volt necklace (pictured above) was only a limited edition. Though Reyes managed to score one for himself, they’re not available anywhere we’ve seen online. There are plenty of other colors to choose from, but you might have to do some hunting.