The Mets defeated the Reds in the final regular season game of 2011. Jose Reyes was pulled from the game after a bunt single in his first at-bat increasing his NL-leading average to .337.
Jose Reyes shows his love for the fans
Jose Reyes shows his love for the fans after the game. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress)
Mets fans hold a sign beggin Jose Reyes
Mets fans hold a sign beggin Jose Reyes to stay with the team (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress)
Fans in the upper deck at Citi Field
Fans in the upper deck at Citi Field express their feelings about the Mets' season. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress)

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Jose Reyes, left, and Justin Turner celebrate the
Jose Reyes, left, and Justin Turner celebrate the Mets 3-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress)
New York Mets fans hold signs in support
New York Mets fans hold signs in support of player Jose Reyes after the Mets defeated the Cincinnati Reds. Reyes is vying for the National League batting title and is a free agent after the World Series ends. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
A New York Mets fan holds sign in
A New York Mets fan holds sign in support of player Jose Reyes after the Mets defeated the Cincinnati Reds. Reyes is vying for the National League batting title and is a free agent after the World Series ends. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
Jose Reyes hugs manager Terry Collins after he
Jose Reyes hugs manager Terry Collins after he was removed from the game in the first inning against the Cincinnati Reds. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: Getty Images)
Miguel Batista pitches against the Cincinnati Reds at
Miguel Batista pitches against the Cincinnati Reds at Citi Field. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: Getty Images)

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Edinson Volquez of the Cincinnati Reds pitches against
Edinson Volquez of the Cincinnati Reds pitches against the New York Mets at Citi Field. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: Getty/Jim McIsaac)
New York Mets' Jose Reyes reacts after bunting
New York Mets' Jose Reyes reacts after bunting for a single during the first inning of a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds. Reyes, the NL batting leader, was lifted for a pinch-runner after his first at-bat in the Mets' final game of the season. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto, left, watches
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto, left, watches New York Mets' Jose Reyes high-fives with Justin Turner after Reyes bunted for a single during the first inning. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
Christian Hoheb, of Farmington, Conn., holds up sign
Christian Hoheb, of Farmington, Conn., holds up sign with the help of his father Christen, right, in support of New York Mets' Jose Reyes. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
Jose Reyes smiles next to Cincinnati Reds first
Jose Reyes smiles next to Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto after bunting for a single during the first inning. Reyes, the NL batting leader, was lifted for a pinch-runner after his first at-bat in the Mets' final game of the season. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )

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New York Mets' Jose Reyes succesfully bunts for
New York Mets' Jose Reyes succesfully bunts for a base hit during the first inning of a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds. Reyes, the NL batting leader, was lifted for a pinch-runner after his first at-bat in the Mets' final game of the season. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
New York Mets' Jose Reyes runs to first
New York Mets' Jose Reyes runs to first base after reaching on a bunt single off Cincinnati Reds pitcher Edinson Volquez. Reyes was taken out of the game as the hit raised his NL-leading batting average to .337. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )
Mets co-owner Jeff Wilpon works the phone from
Mets co-owner Jeff Wilpon works the phone from his suite during the game. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress )
Fans of the New York Mets sit alone
Fans of the New York Mets sit alone in the upper deck during the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Citi Field. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: Getty Images)
New York Mets groundskeeper Pete Flynn is hugged
New York Mets groundskeeper Pete Flynn is hugged by manager Terry Collins after Flynn threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Flynn, who is retiring, was honored for 50 years of service. (Sept. 28, 2011) (Credit: AP )