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.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a pair of runs scored in Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Royals.
Reyes came around to score on Tyler Naquin's homers in the second and ninth innings. All three of Reyes' hits were singles. The 25-year-old is slashing .336/.388/.575 with eight homers, 25 RBI and 24 runs scored across 36 games this season. He's collected 10 hits in his last 13 at-bats, including a homer and four doubles.
Reyes went 5-for-5 with a solo home run, two doubles, one RBI and two runs scored Tuesday against the Royals.
Reyes took Matt Harvey deep in the first inning to record his eighth home run of the season. He continued to showcase his power throughout the game, doubling in both the fifth and seventh innings. Reyes now has three multi-hit performances in his last five starts, during which he's tallied two home runs, five doubles, seven RBI and six runs scored. Overall, he's hitting .323/.378/.569 with 22 runs scored and 25 RBI across 143 plate appearances.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with five RBI and three runs scored in Friday's 14-2 win over the Cardinals.
Reyes made an early impact with his three-run homer off Cardinals starter Daniel Ponce de Leon in the first inning. In the fifth, Reyes got aboard with a double and scored on Tyler Naquin's homer. Reyes added a two-RBI single in the sixth inning. He was eventually replaced by pinch hitter Sandy Leon. The 25-year-old Reyes has seven homers, 23 RBI and 19 runs scored through 31 games this season. He's slashing a strong .307/.360/.526 across 125 plate appearances.
Reyes went 1-for-4 with a home run, a walk, two RBI and two runs scored in a loss a 10-5 loss to the Tigers on Friday.
The Indians got off to a quick start in this one, scoring three in the second inning before Reyes made it a five-run lead in the third with a two-run homer to right. Reyes has logged a hit in three straight games as he is now hitting .297/.356/.527 with six home runs and 18 RBI in 101 plate appearances this season.
Reyes (wrist) is in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Pirates, batting fifth as the designated hitter.
Reyes left Sunday's game against the Tigers after getting hit in the wrist by a pitch, but he's ready to go following Monday's scheduled off day. He'll be looking to continue his recent hot streak, in which he's hitting .515 with four homers and 11 RBI over his last nine games.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a pair of solo home runs and a single in Sunday's 8-5 win over the Tigers. He left the game after being hit on the wrist in the ninth inning.
Reyes's stellar day at the plate was soured by a Joe Jimenez pitch hitting him on his wrist in the ninth inning. X-rays on the slugger's wrist came back negative, but it's unclear if he'll be able to return to the lineup for Tuesday's tilt with the Pirates. The 25-year-old has five homers and 15 RBI while slashing an impressive .316/.366/.533 across 76 at-bats.
Reyes' X-rays on his wrist were negative Sunday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Reyes was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Tigers after getting hit in the wrist by a pitch, but he escaped with nothing worse than a bruise. He'll get at least one day to rest, as Cleveland has a scheduled off day Monday, though whether or not he's ready to return Tuesday in Pittsburgh remains to be seen.
Reyes left Sunday's game against the Tigers after a pitch struck him in the wrist, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports.
The exact nature and severity of the injury is not yet clear. He'll rest for at least one day, with Cleveland having a scheduled off day Monday. If he's forced to miss time, Domingo Santana would likely serve as the designated hitter, opening up more at-bats in a crowded Cleveland outfield.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI, three runs scored and a walk in a 10-5 win over the Tigers on Friday.
Reyes set the tone early in the game after he sent a pitch to deep center to put the Indians up 2-0. He wasn't done yet as he later tied the game in the fourth inning with an RBI single in what was part of a six-run frame for The Tribe. Reyes has been one of the hottest hitters in the MLB over the last 10 days, slashing .441/.486/.765 with 15 hits and 11 RBI. Reyes won't keep up this kind of production for the remainder of the season, but it appears he has become much more disciplined at the plate, which is something fantasy owners should be excited about.
Reyes went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer in Saturday's win against the White Sox.
Reyes' homer, his second of the season, came as part of a six-run fourth inning against Drew Anderson. The slugger hasn't been everything Cleveland has expected this season, though he's now recorded three straight multi-hit games.
Reyes went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run and an additional run scored in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Reds.
He has been seeing a lot of soft stuff from opposing pitchers lately, but Reyes got a 94.9-mph sinker from Nate Jones and did not miss. It was his first homer of the year and put Cleveland up for good. There was some talk of Reyes potentially playing the outfield more than he did with the team last year, but Reyes has made just one appearance in the outfield so far (nine starts as the DH).
Reyes is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins.
Bradley Zimmer will enter the lineup in place of Reyes, who appears to be getting a routine breather in the series finale. Reyes has done a decent job of keeping his strikeouts in check through Cleveland's first nine games, but with only one extra-base hit (a double) through 31 plate appearances, he hasn't quite provided the power production fantasy managers anticipated.
Reyes will be on the bench for the first half of Tuesday's doubleheader against the White Sox, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Reyes will get a rest for the first time this season after starting each of Cleveland's first three games. Francisco Lindor will rest his legs as the designated hitter, with Mike Freeman entering the lineup at shortstop.
Reyes is expected to participate in Wednesday's training session after the Cleveland medical staff cleared him to return to summer camp, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
Reyes reportedly attended a gathering over the weekend in which partygoers weren't wearing masks, so he chose to self-isolate over the past few days as a precautionary measure. With Reyes' COVID-19 test having returned negative, he's now available to return to the field and resume his preparation for the 2020 season. The brief absence shouldn't put his status for Opening Day in jeopardy, making the 25-year-old an attractive middle-round target for fantasy players looking for power production.
Reyes is absent from team workouts due to an additional round of coronavirus testing, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
Reyes was reportedly part of a gathering over the Fourth of July weekend at which people weren't wearing masks, so he won't be allowed to rejoin his teammates until Cleveland is certain that he didn't pick up the virus. Manager Terry Francona said that his absence was simply a matter of the team being cautious, and that the outfielder is not in any trouble with the team. Assuming Reyes' absence only lasts a few days, his preparation for the upcoming season shouldn't be significantly impacted.
Reyes is expected to open the year as a corner outfielder while Domingo Santana starts at designated hitter, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.
Reyes and Jordan Luplow are the frontrunners to start in the corner outfield spots, according to Bell, while Oscar Mercado is set to start in center field while Delino DeShields works as the fourth outfielder. Jake Bauers could also make the team as a fifth outfielder and Tyler Naquin (knee) could be healthy by the time the season starts, which would likely push Luplow to the short side of a platoon. Reyes came into camp 18 pounds lighter, and while he probably still won't be great in the outfield, Santana is one of the worst defensive outfielders in baseball, so this alignment makes sense if Cleveland is intent on starting Santana. Reyes has only ever started in right field and DH in his career.
Reyes went 12-for-27 with five home runs, 11 RBI and a stolen base across 10 games in spring training.
Reyes lost 18 pounds over the offseason, and it was clear from the start that he was feeling good at the dish. He clubbed 37 home runs and drove in 81 runs across 150 contests in 2019 and is expected to spend the majority of his time in the designated hitter slot for Cleveland once the 2020 campaign gets underway.
Reyes dropped 18 pounds over the winter, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Reyes didn't earn high marks for his fielding with the Padres before coming to Cleveland in a midseason trade last year. Now in the American League, Reyes doesn't need to be a good fielder, as all but three of his starts came as a designated hitter following the trade. Still, showing up in better shape certainly doesn't hurt, and if he can be at least a passable option in the field he'll help Cleveland's lineup flexibility this season.
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|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|