Mets shortstop Jose Reyes is scheduled to make his 2010 major league debut Saturday, according to the New York Times.
Barring a setback in his final minor league rehab start today, Reyes will be activated from the disabled list before Saturday’s game and appear in his first regular season game with the Mets since May 20 of last season.
In 2009, Reyes was limited to 36 games by a hamstring injury that eventually required surgery. Then, a thyroid condition sidelined him in early March this year.
From 2005-08, Reyes averaged 114 runs, 65 stolen bases, 66 RBIs and 14 homers as the Mets’ leadoff man.