Argenis N. Reyes Sanchez is a professional baseball player from the Dominican Republic who specializes in playing at Second Base. Reyes began his playing career in the Dominican Republic before being signed as a free agent by the Cleveland Indians.
Reyes began playing in the Rookie League, in 2003, before beginning his rapid ascend through the ranks. In 2004, playing in the New York-Penn State league, he batted at .312 to get a promotion to the A-Division. A .322 batting average won him a mid-season call up to the Advanced A-Division. He began the 2006 season in the A-Division, batting at .266, getting a promotion to the AA-league.
His big chance to shine came when he was traded out to the New York Mets and began playing for the New Orleans Zephyrs in the AAA-League, in 2008. Playing 81 games at an average of .283, Reyes got a call up to the MLB roster for the Mets. He played 49 games for the Mets that season, batting at .218 and even hit his first home run in the Majors.
He began 2009 in the AAA-League and after 101 games & a .282 batting average, he was back up in the majors, to end the season with 9 games. Reyes was signed to a minor league contract, in 2010, by the Los Angeles Dodgers who also gave him an invite to the Spring Training.