03/31/2014 04:44 EDT | Updated 05/31/2014 05:59 EDT

Jose Reyes leaves Blue Jays game in 1st inning

The Toronto Blue Jays only got a half of an inning's work from Jose Reyes on Monday, as the shortstop was pulled from the game following his first at-bat of the regular season.

The Blue Jays say their shortstop experienced left hamstring tightness after running out a fly-out, and was replaced by Ryan Goins.

Reyes sat out several games during the final week of spring training with tightness in the same hamstring. He missed 66 games last season because of an injured left ankle.

Reyes led off the game and was robbed of a hit on a diving catch by Rays centre fielder Desmond Jennings.