Reyes wrapped up his injury-plagued 2017 season at with a .302/.333/.434 slash line through 50 games at High-A Frederick.
The top prospect missed a majority of the season after punching a wall that caused Reyes to need surgery on his right pinky finger. He entered the year with high hopes of moving into MiLB's higher levels, but the 20-year-old will need to wait another year before making that happen.
Reyes broke his finger after punching a wall in mid-May. Considering he's returned to live action within the initial timeline, it's safe to say the top prospect had a smooth recovery. He'll log a few games in the GCL before returning to man third base for High-A Frederick.
Reyes will miss six-to-eight weeks after having surgery on his broken right pinky finger, MASN's Steve Melewski reports.
According to MASN's Roch Kubatko, Reyes broke his finger by punching a wall. It's a shame for the top prospect, as he was making headway through the Orioles' lower levels. Based on the initial timeline, Reyes will return to High-A Frederick in late June.
Reyes was placed on the 7-day DL on Saturday at High-A Frederick with a right hand injury, MASN's Roch Kubatko reports.
The 20-year-old third baseman was hitting .321/.361/.436 with one home run and an 18:4 K:BB in 83 plate appearances in his second tour of the Carolina League. He has exciting raw power from the right side, and appeared to be well on his way to reestablishing himself as one of the more intriguing power hitters in the lower levels of the minors prior to the injury.
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