Reyes went 1-for-4 with a home run and two strikeouts as Cleveland beat Seattle, 4-2 on Thursday.
Reyes opened the scoring with his second-inning solo shot but didn't do anything else of note on the evening. Reyes and his .265/.320/.581 slash line have been key contributors to Cleveland's shallow lineup devoid of impact bats aside from Jose Ramirez and Josh Naylor.
Reyes went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and an additional run scored in a 4-0 win against the Royals on Thursday.
Reyes cranked his eighth home run in the eighth inning off Jake Brentz. He leads Cleveland with 22 RBI, a .283 batting average and a .966 OPS. The 25-year-old has only four hits in his last seven games, but three of those were extra-base knocks. In addition, he's walked five times during that stretch.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a walk, two RBI and a run scored in Monday's 8-6 win over Kansas City.
Reyes hit a leadoff double in the fourth inning and scored on a Josh Naylor double, and he smacked a game-tying two-run single in the fifth. The 25-year-old is off to a strong start to 2021 with seven home runs, 20 RBI, 14 runs scored and a stolen base in 24 games. He sports a .300/.333/.644 slash line, although he could be due for some batting-average regression due to his 32.3 percent strikeout rate and .377 BABIP.
Reyes (personal) was reinstated from the paternity list and is starting Monday's game against the Royals.
Reyes spent three days on the paternity list, but he'll serve as the designated hitter and bat fourth Monday. Outfielder Daniel Johnson and left-hander Kyle Nelson were sent down as part of a shuffle to make room for Reyes on the active roster.
Reyes was placed on the paternity list Saturday.
Reyes will be able to remain on the paternity list for 1-3 days following the birth of his child. Daniel Johnson was recalled in a corresponding move, and he'll start in right field and lead off against the White Sox on Saturday.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with two solo home runs during Tuesday's 7-4 win over Minnesota.
The 25-year-old powered the offense with three of the team's nine hits, but he had limited RBI opportunities, as he didn't have any any at-bats with runners in scoring position. Reyes has a .308/.337/.679 slash line with seven home runs, four doubles, 17 RBI and 13 runs in 78 plate appearances this season.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer, a triple, two runs and one stolen base in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Yankees.
Reyes gave Cleveland the lead with his three-run blast in the bottom of the fourth inning Sunday, and he came within a double of hitting for the cycle in the victory. The 25-year-old now carries a .934 OPS with five home runs, 14 RBI and 11 runs this year.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a walk, an RBI and a run during Tuesday's 8-5 loss to the White Sox.
The 25-year-old was mired in an 0-for-13 slump before sitting out his first game of the season Friday, but he's 5-for-12 with a double, an RBI and a run over the past three games. Reyes has a .273/.317/.545 slash line with four home runs, three doubles, nine RBI, eight runs and 18 strikeouts through 15 games.
Reyes is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Reds.
The 25-year-old will head to the bench for the first time this season as Cleveland can't utilize a designated hitter in Cincinnati. It's also not a bad time for a day off, since Reyes in 0-for-13 with six strikeouts over the past four games. He should be available off the bench and could see time in the corner outfield later in the series.
Reyes went 1-for-4 with a home run in Saturday's win over the Tigers.
Reyes took Tyler Alexander deep in the seventh inning and has been scorching hot to begin the year -- he has hit safely in each of his last six games while recording back-to-back games with home runs for the first time in 2021. The slugger is hitting .296 with four homers and a 1.072 OPS through 28 plate appearances this season.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in Friday's 4-1 win over the Tigers.
The 25-year-old dropped a two-run shot into the left-field bleachers in the first inning before launching a Michael Fulmer offering 446 feet to center field in the sixth. Reyes has had a great start to the season, going 7-for-23 (.304) with three homers and five RBI through six games.
Reyes went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Sunday's victory over the Tigers.
Reyes cracked a two-run shot in the eighth inning off Buck Farmer. The 25-year-old looks to follow up on his 2020 campaign during which he slashed .275/.344/.450.
Reyes has appeared in 10 Cactus League games entering Monday, going 9-for-28 with four extra-base hits and a 1:11 BB:K.
Reyes' strikeout rate is up a little bit this spring, but he's providing plenty of power to compensate for it, slugging three home runs and a triple thus far. The burly 25-year-old even contributed a stolen base, though fantasy managers shouldn't count on him running once Opening Day arrives, given that he has zero career regular-season steals. The power is real, though, and Reyes has the ability to challenge for the MLB home-run crown if he's able to do a better job of consistently squaring up on the ball in 2021. Due in large part to a career-high 50.3 percent groundball rate, Reyes left the yard only nine times in 59 games last season, a disappointing output for a player who slugged 37 homers the year prior.
Reyes (not injury-related) is back with the team Tuesday and scheduled to return to the lineup Wednesday against the Angels, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Reyes and teammate Jose Ramirez violated COVID-19 protocols over the weekend, so both spent the last couple days isolating away from the team. They won't face any further punishments after testing negative, so they should get back into game action as soon as possible.
Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Reyes (COVID-19 protocols) could be cleared to rejoin the team as soon as late Monday or Tuesday, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Both Reyes and Jose Ramirez were forced to self-isolate after the two admitted to violating MLB's COVID-19 protocol, though neither tested positive for the virus. Assuming Reyes continues to submit negative test results over the next 24 hours, he should be back in camp in the next day or two. The brief absence from workouts should't affect Reyes' readiness for Opening Day.
Reyes is being kept away from his teammates after breaking COVID-19 protocols, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
Reyes reportedly got a haircut and went to dinner inside a restaurant with teammate Jose Ramirez, who has also been temporarily sent home. The team expects to find out soon when the pair can return. Reyes similarly violated health protocols last season by attending a Fourth of July party without a mask.
Reyes (ankle) will serve as Cleveland's designated hitter and will bat cleanup in Monday's Cactus League game against the Royals.
The sprained right ankle Reyes picked up shortly before reporting to spring training still may be limited him from a mobility standpoint, but that's not a major component of the slugger's game anyway. So long as Cleveland is comfortable enough deploying him as a DH in spring games, Reyes should be able to pick up the at-bats he needs to get himself ready for Opening Day.
Reyes said Monday that he suffered a sprained right ankle a few weeks ago, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
Reyes didn't indicate whether he expects the injury to affect his status for spring training, though it wouldn't be surprising if Cleveland elected to limit his activity in the team's initial workouts. He's expected to open 2021 as Cleveland's everyday designated hitter, likely occupying a spot in the heart of the order in most games.
Reyes went 1-for-3 with a three-run home run and a sacrifice fly in Sunday's 8-6 win over the Pirates.
Reyes brought Cleveland within a run with his sixth-inning blast. He then added an insurance run by knocking Carlos Santana in with the sacrifice fly in the seventh. Reyes cooled off in September but still finished the year with a strong .275/.344/.450 slash line, nine homers, 34 RBI and 27 runs scored in 59 contests.
Reyes went 0-for-1 with three walks and a run scored Sunday in the Indians' 7-4 win over the Tigers.
While Reyes has shown a discerning eye at the plate in September (15.7 percent walk rate), his lack of production in the power department of late has been disappointing for fantasy managers. He's failed to hit a home run in three weeks while submitting a lowly .190/.314/.224 slash line over the Indians' last 17 games. The extended drought hasn't prompted manager Terry Francona to rest Reyes more regularly or push him down the batting order; he'll make a 44th straight start as Cleveland's designated hitter Monday against the White Sox while batting fifth.
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|05/15||@ SEA||L 3-7||4||0||0||0||1||0||0|
|05/14||@ SEA||L 3-7||3||0||0||0||0||1||0|
|05/13||@ SEA||W 4-2||4||1||1||1||1||0||0|
|05/12||vs CHC||W 2-1||3||0||1||0||0||1||0|
|05/11||vs CHC||W 3-2||3||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|05/08||vs CIN||W 9-2||5||0||1||0||1||0||0|
|05/07||vs CIN||L 0-3||3||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|2014||AFX-Fort Wayne Tincaps||128||508||67||126||24||2||11||59||38||118||1||5||.248||.301||.368|
|2015||AFX-Fort Wayne Tincaps||123||455||52||116||25||7||8||62||46||91||10||5||.255||.320||.393|
|2017||AA-San Antonio Missions||135||507||79||131||27||1||25||102||48||134||4||4||.258||.322||.464|
|2018||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||58||210||50||68||11||1||16||52||37||59||0||0||.324||.428||.614|