One day after David Wright was given a special sendoff from the fans at Citi Field, Jose Reyes had a moment of his own in front of the home crowd.
Reyes started at shortstop and had one at-bat -- a groundout -- before he was replaced at shortstop by Amed Rosario in the top of the second inning. Reyes waved to the fans and gave one last curtain call.
Reyes, the franchise leader in stolen bases and triples, started alongside Wright on Saturday for the 878th time -- the most by any pair of teammates in Mets history.
Reyes said before Sunday's game that he will wait for the season to be over and talk to some people before determining what he will do next.
The 35-year-old has hit .189/.261/.322 with four homers and three triples in 109 games this season with the Mets.
A four-time All-Star, Reyes played for the Mets from 2003-2011 before signing with the Marlins before the 2012 season. He then went onto play for the Blue Jays and Rockies before returning to the Mets in 2016.
Reyes won an NL batting title in 2011, led the NL in stolen bases from 2005-2007, and hit the most triples in the NL in 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2011.