Reyes was recalled from Double-A Pensacola on Tuesday. Reyes will get his feet wet in the majors down the stretch following the end of the Double-A season. The 25-year-old split time between Pensacola and Triple-A Louisville, posting a combined 4.17 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 62:36 K:BB across 77.2 innings (38 appearances, six starts). Reyes made his big-league debut for the Reds earlier in the year, firing two scoreless innings.
Reyes was sent back down to Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Reyes will shuttle back to the minors in order to make room for Robert Stephenson on the active roster. During his lone appearance with the Reds, Reyes logged two spotless innings of relief. He will likely return to the big-league level when the club is in need of bullpen reinforcements.
Reyes was called up from Triple-A Louisville on Friday. Reyes will join the major-league bullpen after he earned a promotion to the Triple-A level last month. Over four appearances with Louisville, he allowed just one earned run on five hits and two walks while striking out five across 6.2 innings. Look for him to serve in low-leverage spots during his time with the Reds.
Reyes was optioned to Double-A Pensacola on Wednesday, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Reyes will head back to the minors with Raisel Iglesias returning from the 10-day disabled list. He still has yet to make his major-league debut.
Reyes was called up by the Reds on Tuesday, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Cincinnati needed to reinforce the bullpen after it was forced to cover five innings in relief of Homer Bailey on Monday. Reyes has a 5.97 ERA at the Double-A level so far this year, but the estimators point to him being roughly two runs better than that number would suggest. He's posted a 39:11 K:BB and has allowed just four home runs in 37.2 innings.