Reyes went 4-for-5 with his 14th homer, two RBI and two runs against the Marlins on Tuesday. The veteran infielder continues to impress with this late-season surge -- over his last 22 games, Reyes has hit .389 with five homers, eight steals, 16 RBI and 22 runs. That's some impressive stat stuffing from a guy who was looking washed up earlier in the season.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and a walk in Wednesday's 17-5 loss to the Cubs. He's been on an absolute tear over his 17 games since returning from an oblique injury, having gone 22-for-63 (.349) with four homers, six steals, 11 RBI and 17 runs. For most of this season, there wasn't much to say that some life remains in the 34-year-old's bat, but his strong end run and multi-position eligibility combine to make Reyes a fine player to own down the stretch.
Reyes went 2-for-5 with a double, a stolen base, two RBI and a run scored in Sunday's loss to the Reds. The steal was his 20th of the year and sixth in 15 games since he came off the DL in late August. Reyes has a stellar .345/.446/.582 slash line over that stretch with three homers, 10 RBI and 16 runs, and despite his awful start to the season, he could be helping fuel some fantasy title pushes with his late surge.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with a pair of homers and three RBI Friday against the Reds. Reyes hit a pair of homers off Amir Garrett to give him 12 on the season and help lead the Mets to a home victory. Aside from his 19 steals, his .238/.307/.402 slash line has done little to help fantasy owners this year.
Reyes went 2-for-3 with two walks, a home run, two runs scored and two RBI in Monday's win over the Phillies. He's been on fire since coming off the DL in late August, slashing .419/.500/.613 with 12 runs in his last nine games. It's been a rough season overall for Reyes, but he may be able to provide some solid fantasy value over the final weeks.
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