Latest Update Reyes collects three hits and a stolen base in loss Fri Sep, 19, 10:36 PM
One of the game's premier base-stealers, he can also hit with power--especially doubles and triples. Is selective enough at the dish to produce big numbers. Is also an athletic and solid fielder with a great arm at shortstop.
Flaws: : Has been injury-prone for stretches of his career, especially with his legs (his meal ticket). Makes his fair share of errors at shortstop, mainly because of a lack of concentration. Also, his range is in decline to some extent.
The stolen base was Reyes's 27th of the season. His numbers this season are nearly identical to his season averages, except for his stolen bases. He is no longer an elite base stealer, but he does provide a good batting average and double-digit home runs to go with runs and stolen bases. Analyst: Steve Pimental
Reyes is heating up as he is 6-for 13 in their last three games. He has brought his average up to .284 in that process and the stolen base tonight was his 27th on the year. Reyes can be an elite shortstop if he can stay healthy. However, health has been the main culprit in keeping from reaching elite status. Reyes still remains one of the better options at the shortstop position and should continue to be started.Analyst: Colby Conway
This is now back-to-back games of multi-hit efforts for the Blue Jays shortstop. He should continue to be started as he is a threat on the base paths and has an average approaching .290. Start Reyes and pray that he stays healthy.Analyst: Colby Conway
Known more for his speed, Reyes went deep on Tuesday night, hitting his ninth home run of the season. He has stayed relatively healthy all season and continues to be one of the better options at shortstop year in, year out.Analyst: David Kerr