Thursday, July 8, 2010

Reyes Spends Off Day Promoting New Book

Professor Jose Reyes used his off day this Thursday to promote his latest off-field project, a book on celebrations.  The book, titled Hugs, Handshakes & Histrionics: 101 Baseball Celebrations teaches baseball players both young and old the fine art of the celebratory handshake.  Containing over 100 different suggestions and examples, the book covers just about every way to celebrate any accomplishment no matter how small.

Thursday afternoon found Reyes at the Columbus Circle Borders in Manhattan signing copies of the book.  After the signing was over, the shortstop broke down the book for us.  "They told me to write what you know and I know celebrating.", said Reyes.  "It's all in the book.  From the David Wright man hug all the way to the Thole head pat."

The book, which retails for $14.99 is available at major bookstores throughout the Tri-State Area.  Reyes is already hard at work creating new celebrations for a follow up book next year.

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