The Miami Marlins have increased their offer to infielder Jose Reyes to $111 million over 6 years, according to ESPNDeportes.com.
The Marlins have been in hot pursuit of Reyes, but their last reported offer was some $21 million lower over the same span.
MLBTradeRumors.com cites Joel Sherman of the New York Post in reporting that the Mets -- the team for which Reyes has played for the past nine seasons -- have not been informed of the increase in Miami's offer.
UPDATE 7:28 p.m. ET:
Sherman is now reporting via tweet
that the Mets do indeed know that the Marlins are "over 100M" and are therefore "out of bidding." And what that means, Sherman says
, is that "Reyes is leaving unless change of heart."