Matt Reynolds

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Matt Reynolds

Postby Edgy MD » Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:33 pm

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I aint adopting him, because that would be akin to adopting a strapping and powerful 16-year-old a few weeks before his 17th birthday and then demanding he go out and support the family when he turns 17.

But the Mets are supposedly very high on him. Considering he's got 68 games at AAA behind him, and the Mets have Wilmer Flores in front of him and Gavin Cecchini behind him (and Amed Rosario behind Cecchini, I wonder if the team will continue to not look outside at shortstop and will instead double down in the outfield with whatever funds they have or make available this offseason.
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Re: Matt Reynolds

Postby John Cougar Lunchbucket » Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:55 pm

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Vorkunof doesn't waste any time screwing up his article.

Matt Reynold's breakout 2014 season keeps paying dividends.
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Re: Matt Reynolds

Postby Edgy MD » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:39 am

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"Matt Reynold's" is starting at third today.

He's sort of on the hotseat. He's a reliable infielder, but he's been passed (as expected) by Rosario, but if he doesn't hit more consistently, he's going to be passed by Cecchini and/or Evans and find there's no room on the big league roster for him, even after losing Wright extendedly and shedding Duda and Walker, with Cabrera and Reyes dangling.
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