Latest Update Mark Reynolds went 1-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and a walk in a win against the Reds on Sunday. Sun Sep, 14, 06:29 PM
Boasts tremendous home run power. Can produce runs in bunches. Is athletic for his size. Can play both third and first base, which adds to his value.
Flaws: : Regularly challenges records for striking out. Could really boost his overall value if he were even slightly more selective. Will commit errors in the field.
Reynolds has been a boom or bust player his whole career, and today was no different. His only hit was a home run, which was his 22nd on the year. He now has 45 RBIs on the year, and is a solid source of home runs. However, with the home runs are going to come a lot of strikeouts, and a low batting average.Analyst: Colby Conway
The Brewers are starting Lyle Overbay because they like his left handed bat in the lineup vs the righty, Jake Arrieta.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
This is Reynolds whole game. We all know that he will never hit for a high average or swipe bases like his did several years ago, but he can always be counted on for 20 plus home runs. If you are desperate for homers going forward and Reynolds is available on your waiver wire, you should consider him.Analyst: David Kerr
Reynolds recorded just his second hit in the month of August (.087 BA), but it certainly helped his team out as they try to keep the lead in the NL Central. He is now slashing .205/.295/.420 with 20 home runs and 41 RBI through 317 at-bats and should only be started in NL-only formats unless prospective owners can absorb his Mendoza-esque batting average. Analyst: Matthew Beck