In event that could be incredibly damaging to the New York Mets, Jose Reyes Bobblehead was seriously injured late Tuesday afternoon in a Bellevue, Washington cubicle. Reyes, in a similar situation to a lot of athletes in the past, was a victim of being in wrong place at the wrong time. A representative from the MLBBPA (Major League Baseball Bobblehead Players Association) has released a statement saying “the incident occurred around 3:15 PST, Mr. Reyes Bobblehead was hanging out on the bookshelf with Raul Ibanez Collector Coin and Jamie Moyer Signed Visor when a barrage of rubber bands began flying towards the three”. Though most collectibles know to avoid the bookshelf, or as residents of the Cubicle call it, “the Crime Zone”, both Ibanez Collector Coin and Jamie Moyer Signed Visor dove for cover but Jose Reyes Bobblehead was not as lucky. He was struck by a heavy duty rubber band in the head which caused him to stumble and fall off the ledge of the bookshelf. The prognosis is not good as Jose Reyes Bobbleheads legs were both severed around the ankle. Doctors immediately attempted to tape and glue Reyes’ legs back together but to no avail. A spokesman for the team said “Jose may never bobble again; we ask that your thoughts and prayers are with his family”. The Mets have placed Reyes Bobblehead on the 90 day DL. This could be devastating to the Mets and the Bookshelfs chances with his most likely replacement being Richie Sexson Bobblehead (great). Neither Raul Ibanez Collector Coin nor Jamie Moyer Signed Visor were available for comment.