Rockies' Mark Reynolds: Ups RBI total to 35
Reynolds went 1-for-2 with two walks and two RBI during Thursday's win over Minnesota.
The veteran is off to a great start to 2017 with 12 home runs, 35 RBI and a .319/.398/.610 slash line. His current .351 BABIP probably has negative regression ahead, and Reynolds could see his playing time decrease now that Ian Desmond is back. David Dahl (ribs) is also inching closer to returning, which could further cut into Reynolds' at-bats. Still, Coors Field is a great fantasy stabilizer, and Reynolds is making a case to stick in the lineup.
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