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2022 100.6 3 3 .265
2021 -1.5-0.3 2 .000
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  • Zach Reks: Headed to KBO

    Reks was granted his release from the Rangers on Tuesday after agreeing to a one-year, $310,000 contract with the Korea Baseball Organization's Lotte Giants, Jee-ho Yoo of the Yonhap News Agency reports. The 28-year-old had logged 34 plate appearances in the majors this season but has seen the bulk of his action at Triple-A Round Rock, with whom he slashed .331/.421/.579 over 34 games. Reks will spend the rest of 2022 in the KBO with the hope of playing well enough to earn a more lucrative MLB deal during the upcoming offseason.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Designated for assignment

    Reks was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Saturday. Reks was sent to the minors just under a month ago, and he'll lose his spot on the 40-man roster as part of a move after Jonathan Hernandez (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Saturday. Reks will likely remain at Triple-A Round Rock if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Heads back to minors

    The Rangers optioned Reks to Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday. Reks' latest stint in the big leagues lasted 10 days, with the 28-year-old appearing in seven games while going 4-for-12 with a run scored. With Texas bringing back designated hitter/catcher Mitch Garver (illness) from the COVID-19-related injured list and Josh H. Smith (shoulder) back from the 10-day IL, the team no longer had room on the roster for Reks as a depth option.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Recalled from Round Rock

    Reks was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Saturday. Reks was optioned to Round Rock earlier this month, but he will rejoin the big club with fellow outfielder Steele Walker landing on the COVID-19 Related injured list. As he did earlier in the season, expect Reks to fill a reserve spot in the Rangers' outfield.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Optioned to Triple-A

    Reks was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Friday. He has already been summoned from the minors and sent back down a couple times this season. Reks is hitting .227 with one double and eight strikeouts in 22 big-league at-bats.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Starts after call-up

    Reks started in left field and went 0-for-4 in Monday's 9-5 win over the Rays. With Brad Miller (hip) landing on the injured list, the lefty-hitting Reks was called up and got the start against Tampa Bay righty Drew Rasmussen. This is Reks' second stint in Texas, after he previously went 4-for-14 with three RBI over six games. For Triple-A Round Rock, Reks slashed .337/.427/.629 over 103 plate appearances.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Recalled by Texas

    Reks was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Monday, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. Reks spent just under two weeks with the major-league club in late April and early May, and he went 4-for-14 with a double, three RBI, two runs and six strikeouts over six games. However, he'll provide additional outfield depth for the Rangers after Brad Miller (hip) was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Goes to minors

    Texas optioned Reks to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday. Lefty Kolby Allard was called up from Triple-A to replace Reks on the 26-man active roster. Following his April 30 promotion, Reks largely served as a reserve outfielder for the Rangers, seeing action in six games while posting a .643 OPS across 14 plate appearances.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Knocks in two

    Reks went 1-for-2 with a double and two RBI in Tuesday's 6-4 win over the Phillies. Reks' pinch-hit, two-run double turned out to be the game-winning hit. He's hit safely in all three games since being called up to the majors, including 2-for-2 as a pinch hitter. Reks remained in the game and played left field. Since his callup, he started in left field against the one right-handed starter the Rangers faced, which suggests he could be moving ahead of Brad Miller as the primary left fielder against righties. More insight should be gleaned when Texas faces Zack Wheeler on Wednesday.
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  • Rangers' Zach Reks: Used before Miller

    Reks went 1-for-2 as a pinch hitter then left fielder during Sunday's 7-3 win over Atlanta. With a left-hander hurling for Atlanta, lefty hitters Reks and Brad Miller took a seat, while Nick Solak started in left. After Solak and Eli White were removed for pinch hitters midgame, Reks took over in left field. That was interesting in that Miller, who started the season as the primary left fielder, remained on the bench while the recently called-up Reks entered the contest.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Designated for assignment

    Reks was designated for assignment Friday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. The Dodgers have several players who are similar to Reks and are also on the 40-man roster, so they opted to risk losing him to waivers. Reks has big power but his defense in the outfield corners is shaky.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Returns to minors

    The Dodgers optioned Reks to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Reks served as outfield depth and did not appear in a game after being recalled August 3. He goes back to Oklahoma City to clear a roster spot for relief pitcher Connor Greene.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Recalled from Triple-A

    Reks was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City prior to Tuesday's game against the Astros, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. Known for his big left-handed power, Reks is hitting .312/.409/.583 with 12 home runs in 53 games at Triple-A this season, but he has made just 10 plate appearances in the majors. He should function as a power bat off the bench in the short term.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Optioned to Triple-A

    Reks was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Reks was called up by the Dodgers on Monday, and he went 0-for-6 with five strikeouts across three appearances during his time in the majors. He'll now head back to Triple-A after outfielder Billy McKinney was activated by the Dodgers in a corresponding move.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Optioned to Triple-A

    Reks was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Reks was called up by the Dodgers ahead of the All-Star break and went 0-for-2 with two runs and a strikeout across two games. He's slashed .325/.419/.581 with eight homers, 39 runs and 29 RBI at Triple-A Oklahoma City this year but could return to the majors as a depth option at some point.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Back with Dodgers

    Reks was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City prior to Saturday's game against Arizona, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Reks played in one game with Los Angeles during a brief mid-June call-up and went hitless across two at-bats. With pitcher Edwin Uceta landing on the injured list with a lumbar strain, Reks finds himself back on the 26-man roster starting Saturday. The rookie figures to serve as a reserve outfielder going forward.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Sent back to Triple-A

    Reks was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Reks received his first big-league call-up Monday, but it'll wind up being a short stay with the Dodgers, as he'll go back to Triple-A with Max Muncy (oblique) coming off the injured list Tuesday. Reks went 0-for-2 with a strikeout before exiting Monday's game against the Padres as the result of a double switch.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Earns first big-league call-up

    Reks was called up by the Dodgers on Monday. Reks doesn't come with much pedigree, as he was merely a 10th-round pick back in 2017 and is now a 27-year-old with zero big-league experience to his name. He's produced an above-average batting line at each of his minor-league stops, however, and has swung a very hot bat for Triple-A Oklahoma City this season, slashing .341/.445/.577 in 32 games. It's taken a .521 BABIP to get him to that line, though, and he's striking out 32.0 percent of the time, so the chances of him becoming anything more than a bench bat appear slim, especially considering that he's strictly a corner outfielder. Edwin Uceta was optioned in a corresponding move.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Sent to minor-league camp

    The Dodgers optioned Reks to their minor-league camp Monday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Reks will likely report to Triple-A Oklahoma City, with whom he posted a .902 OPS and 12.7 percent walk rate over 385 plate appearances in 2019. A 27-year-old outfielder who has yet to debut in the big leagues, Reks presumably finds himself on the fringe of the Dodgers' 40-man roster.
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  • Dodgers' Zach Reks: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Reks' contract was purchased by the Dodgers on Friday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. A 27-year-old outfielder, Reks is several years older than the typical prospect who gets protected from the Rule 5 draft, but the Dodgers clearly felt his proximity to the majors and above-average left-handed power would have been appealing to other teams if he had not been added to the 40-man roster. This is a very talented 40-man roster, so Reks will have a hard time earning more than a part-time role in the coming years.
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