Reyes is not in Sunday's lineup against the Cubs.
Reyes had started four consecutive contests but finds himself out of the lineup Sunday. Wil Myers will draw a rare start in his place, playing in left field and batting seventh.
Reyes (undisclosed) is back in the lineup Wednesday against the Marlins.
Reyes was a late scratch Tuesday, but it's possible that was nothing more than a strategic change, as he hit a pinch-hit homer in that game and won't miss any more time. He'll play right field and bat cleanup Wednesday.
Reyes went 1-for-1 with a two-run home run Tuesday against the Marlins.
Reyes was a late scratch from the Padres' lineup Tuesday for an unspecified reason. However, he seemed unhindered in his lone plate appearance late in the contest, smacking his 26th homer of the season. Still, his status for the remainder of the team's series against Miami remains unclear.
Reyes was scratched from the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Marlins.
The reason for the scratch is not yet clear. Josh Naylor takes over in right field in his absence and would be one of the primary beneficiaries (along with Wil Myers) should Reyes be forced to the injured list.
Reyes is not starting Saturday against the Dodgers.
Reyes had started 11 straight games, a stretch in which he'd hit .273/.319/.614 with five homers. Josh Naylor will get the nod in right field.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with a solo home run Tuesday in the Padres' 10-4 loss to the Giants.
The home run was Reyes' team-leading 25th of the season and his fifth long ball in the last week alone. While the steady power production makes Reyes a solid fantasy option in most mixed leagues, he's merely a neutral asset in terms of batting average (.252) and doesn't contribute as a base stealer.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with two solo home runs and a walk in Saturday's 12-2 win over the Cardinals.
His first homer of the game chased Cardinals starter Dakota Hudson, capping a seven-run second inning. Reyes then took reliever Daniel Ponce de Leon deep in the seventh inning. Reyes is up to 24 homers, 41 RBI and 35 runs scored in 78 games. It's the right fielder's second two-homer game in his last three contests.
Reyes went 2-for-5 with two homers and three RBI in Wednesday's 10-5 win over the Orioles.
He took Dylan Bundy deep in the third inning and Shawn Armstrong in the fifth, leading the way in a five-homer barrage for the Padres. Reyes now has 22 homers and 39 RBI through 76 games on the year to go with a .247/.297/.547 slash line.
Reyes is not starting Saturday against the Pirates.
Reyes has a modest .634 OPS over his last 14 games. He'll sit Saturday, with Josh Naylor starting in right field.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run in Wednesday's 8-7 win over the Brewers.
His seventh-inning shot off Jeremy Jeffress provided the winning runs on the afternoon. Reyes has now reached the 20-HR plateau for the first time in his career, and Wednesday's blast ended a 12-game power drought during which the 23-year-old had slashed .167/.278/.167. Reyes' homers have tended to come in bunches this season, so don't be surprised if he keeps slugging during this weekend's series in Pittsburgh.
Reyes is back on the bench Tuesday against the Brewers.
Reyes sat for three straight games over the weekend due to neck stiffness, though he returned to the lineup for Monday's contest. It's unclear if Tuesday's absence is a routine one or if the injury has gotten worse. In either case, Josh Naylor will get the start in right field.
Reyes (neck) is starting in right field and batting fifth Monday against the Brewers.
Reyes has been on the bench since Friday due to neck stiffness, but he's ready to roll for Monday's series opener. He's slashing .240/.290/.535 with 19 homers and 33 RBI over 68 games in 2019.
Reyes is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rockies due to neck stiffness, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Reyes will be held out of the lineup for the third straight game as his neck has apparently been bothering him for a few days. The 23-year-old made pinch-hit appearances in each of the last two games, so it appears the Padres are just expressing some caution. Wil Myers, Manuel Margot and Hunter Renfroe will start in the outfield from left to right Sunday.
Reyes will sit for the second straight game Saturday against Colorado.
Reyes will sit in favor of Josh Naylor again. Naylor's .213/.213/.361 slash line can't compete with Reyes' .242/.292/.540, so it would be a surprise if that pattern continues unless Reyes is dealing with some sort of injury.
Reyes is not in the lineup Friday against the Rockies.
Reyes has just four hits over his last seven games. He'll hit the bench in favor of Josh Naylor for Friday's contest.
Reyes isn't in Tuesday's starting lineup against the Giants.
Reyes picked up two base knocks and drove in a run Sunday, but he'll take a seat for Tuesday's series opener. Hunter Renfroe will shift to right field, opening the door for Josh Naylor to start in left with Reyes on the bench.
Reyes went 2-for-5 with a pair of solo home runs in a loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
After striking out twice in his first three at-bats, Reyes connected on solo shots in the sixth and eighth innings to bring his season homer total to 19, good for fourth in the league. Though his .251 batting average has plenty of room for improvement, Reyes is proving to be one of the premier young power hitters in baseball in only his second season in the majors.
Reyes is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins.
Reyes started the last five games and went 4-for-20 with a solo homer after missing time with a sore shoulder last weekend. Josh Naylor will start in right field and bat second in his stead Sunday.
Reyes (shoulder) is starting in right field and hitting second Monday against the Yankees.
He missed the last two games, with Sunday's absence being attributed to a sore shoulder. However, he can be safely deployed in all formats this week. Reyes is hitting .275 with seven home runs in 80 at-bats in May.
Reyes is out of the lineup for Sunday's game at Toronto with a left shoulder issue, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Reyes apparently tweaked his left shoulder on a check swing in Friday's contest, leading him to be held out of the lineup for the last two games of the series. The 23-year-old indicated he feels well enough to play, but will nonetheless receive another day to recover. Rookie Josh Naylor will grab the start in right field in his absence.
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