Mets INF Jose Reyes has been told he'll take some fly balls in center field during Spring Training in addition to getting work at third base, shortstop, and second base.
"I don't see any problem," Reyes said about transitioning to the outfield at this stage of his career. "I feel like I'm a good athlete."
Reyes added that he's excited to potentially play next to David Wright this season.
"I can't wait for that to happen," he said. "He's my big brother, we've got a lot of love for eachother."
Reyes, who was suspended for part of last season due to a domestic violence incident, said he's spoken with Jeurys Familia about Familia's domestic violence situation, but that the conversation will remain personal.
Regarding the Mets' potential this season, Reyes said the team feels really good about how deep their lineup and starting rotation is, noting that he thinks the team can "go all the way."
Reyes, 33, hit .267 with a .326 OBP and .443 SLG with eight HR and nine stolen bases in 60 games with the Mets last season after being released by Colorado.