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Jose Reyes shows off rap skills during TV interview (Video)

Mike Oz
Big League Stew

Jose Reyes got flows. The Toronto Blue Jays shortstop was a guest on Sportsnet's spring training show this week and was challenged to spit some raps. He totally delivered.

Now, a lot of athletes dabble in music. Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer is an amateur rapper, for instance. It turns out, though, that Reyes is pretty good. Sure, he's not rapping in English, so it's tough to grade his lyricism, but his flow, rhythm and breath control are pretty legit. Especially, if this is truly off-the-cuff. 

Reyes has been seen rapping in public before. The Stew shared a Dominican music video he was a part of back in 2011 when he played for the Mets. Reyes plays in Toronto now, so maybe he can catch the ear of noted Toronto sports fan/sing-songy rap star Drake.

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