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2022 Player Outlook

If before the 2021 season, I told you that Reyes posted a 10-8 record, you wouldn't believe that the Cardinals let Reyes start games after throwing just 26.2 innings from 2017-2020. However, he didn't start a single game, he just happened to win (and lose) that many games. He logged 29 saves with a 3.24 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, and 95 strikeouts across 72.1 innings of work. His elite velocity remained, but his increased usage in his slider and sinker altered his repertoire. His slider produced a devastating 55.8 percent whiff rate and .089 batting average against. Even if Gallegos comes out of spring training with the "closer" label, I'm actively targeting Reyes in drafts. His repertoire is deadly, he stayed healthy last year and there should be plenty of save opportunities to go around in St. Louis this season. Led by his elite slider, Reyes should be a bullpen arm to target in drafts this year, as he should see some save opportunities and excel on a per-inning basis.

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