Jose Reyes doesn't want to retire and he hopes to again play for the Mets next season, he told reporters Tuesday, according to the NY Post.
"I just want to enjoy each day and then we'll see what happens," Reyes said. "I'm just trying to enjoy my time here because you never know if it's going to be your last year or not. ... My body feels good. I feel healthy. We'll see if there's an opportunity."
In 183 sporadic plate appearances this season, he's batting .186 with 10 extra base hits, 10 RBI and five stolen bases in 81 games, while playing shortstop, third base, second base and, of course, one eventful inning on the mound.
He is batting .185 when starting the game, he's batting .186 when coming off the bench. He's batting .191 with the bases empty, he's batting .178 with men on base. When behind in the count, he's batting .066 in 61 plate appearances.