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Reyes Puts Yankees on Notice

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DUNEDIN, Fla. — Playing in the same division as the Yankees will bring out the best in Jose Reyes’ and yesterday the former Mets shortstop put those Yankees on notice.

“We’re here to win the division,’’ Reyes told The Post, his first day on the field with his new Blue Jays teammates, a team favored by many to win the AL East. “We don’t think about the wild card. We are here to win the division. That’s our goal.’’

Yankees, here we come.

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