Reyes (finger) has been cleared to start fielding work and will join the rotation at High-A Palm Beach next week, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Reyes continues to trend in the right direction, though it's unknown if he's been able to shed the splint he's been wearing on his left pinkie finger. Once he shows that he's capable of fielding his position in a live game, he'll advance to a higher level of play.
Reyes (finger) threw approximately 70 pitches in an extended spring training appearance Monday, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports. Reyes continues to work with a splint on his injured left pinkie finger, which is due to be reexamined near the end of the week. Reyes could gain clearance to begin using a glove in that evaluation, which would then result in him graduating to playing defense in a controlled setting or in a game for High-A Palm Beach.
Reyes (finger) has been working on a new grip for his changeup during his rehab in extended spring training, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports. Reyes continues to build up his arm strength and is utilizing the time to re-familiarize himself with an old changeup grip. The right-hander suffered his fractured pinkie in late April after punching a wall in frustration following a rough start against Omaha, and he's likely looking at 7-to-10 more days of recovery at minimum.
Reyes (finger) threw 60-70 pitches to hitters at extended spring training Tuesday, Jim Hayes of FOX Sports Midwest reports. Reyes, who is nursing a fractured left pinkie, was wearing a splint and throwing from behind a cage, with a coach catching the balls for him. The right-hander is currently at the midway point of his original three-week recovery timeline, though it remains to be seen if that timeline will hold true.
Reyes will be out three weeks for Triple-A Memphis with a fractured left pinkie, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports. Reyes' wound is purely self-inflicted, as it occurred when he punched a wall in frustration after his most recent start. Luckily for him, the fracture is on his non-throwing hand, so he'll head to extended spring training to continue throwing. He'll be kept out of game action for three weeks and will then need further time to make a push to return to the big leagues.