Reyes homered to key a three-run first inning and Giancarlo Stanton blasted a pair of two-run homers as Miami slaughtered the New York Mets 13-0.
Stanton homered in the first and fifth innings to raise his season home run total to 21. It was Stanton's second game back after coming off the disabled list.
Miami starter Nathan Eovaldi had an interesting stat line. He allowed four hits and no runs in five innings to get the win. He also walked six batters and struck out two.
The Mets lost their ninth straight home game.
In other state sports news...
- Alex Cobb allowed five hits and one run in seven innings as the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2. B.J. Upton, Evan Longoria and Jeff Keppinger drove in all of the Rays' runs in the third inning.
- The final major of the golf season - the PGA Championship - gets underway today in South Carolina. Jupiter's Tiger Woods goes for his 15th major win and his first since the 2008 US Open. Keegan Bradley is the defending champion.
- Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade says he's recovering nicely from offseason knee surgery and is expecting to resume on-court workouts in September. Wade had surgery on his left knee on July 9, after helping the Heat win the NBA championship. The injury prevented him from playing with the U.S. team in the Olympics.
- Lebron James recorded his first Olympic triple-double with 11 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists as Team USA roared into the Olympic basketball semifinals Friday against Argentina. The Americans routed Australia 119-86 as Kobe Bryant overcame a scoreless first half to finish with 20 points.
- Former University of Miami diver Brittany Viola finished 14th in the 10-meter platform preliminaries on Wednesday. The daughter of former major league pitcher Frank Viola qualifies for Thursday's semifinals.
- Former Gator greats - Abby Wambach and Heather Mitts - go for Olympic Gold today. They'll suit up for the USA against Japan in the gold medal game in women's soccer.
- Cleveland Browns runningback Trent Richardson is heading to Pensacola to have his injured left knee examined by famed Doctor James Andrews. The third pick in April's NFL Draft, Richardson had arthroscopic surgery on the knee Feb. 3.