Reyes went 4-for-5 with three runs scored in Monday's win over the Rangers.
The Tigers ended up winning 14-0 and No. 9 hitter Reyes played a key role in the blowout. All four of his hits were singles, but they were his first hits at the MLB level since the start of June, so he likely won't complain about the effort. Reyes is a depth outfielder at this point with a .193 batting average, but he could earn a little more playing time with Daz Cameron (toe) on the injured list and Nomar Mazara no longer in the picture after getting designated for assignment Friday.
The Tigers recalled Reyes from Triple-A Toledo prior to Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Twins, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Reyes hit a miserable .157 in 27 games before suffering a rib injury June 1. He was activated and optioned to Toledo on July 8, but the Tigers now require another backup outfielder with Niko Goodrum (calf) on the injured list. Reyes has been more effective in the minors, going 10-for-24 with three doubles and two triples in his last six games.
Reyes (ribs) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Thursday.
Reyes landed on the injured list with a left intercostal strain June 3, but he was recently transferred to Triple-A Toledo to continue his rehab assignment and went 2-for-8 with a run, two stolen bases and a walk across two games. The 26-year-old will remain with the minor-league club going forward but could be one of the top options to be called up if the Tigers are in need of an extra outfielder at some point.
Reyes (ribs) was transferred to Triple-A Toledo on Monday to continue his rehab assignment, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Five games into his minor-league rehab assignment, the 26-year-old moves one step closer to being activated from the injured list. Reyes hit .157 with four RBI in 83 at-bats before going down with a left intercostal strain at the start of June. It's unclear how much work he'll require at Toledo before making his return to the Tigers.
Reyes (ribs) reported to Low-A Lakeland on Tuesday for a rehab assignment.
Reyes has been on the injured list with a left intercostal strain since June 3, but he's closing in on his return to the active roster. The 26-year-old should require a couple games in the minors before being activated, and he'll likely fill a depth role in the outfield with Robbie Grossman, Akil Baddoo and Nomar Mazara healthy.
Reyes landed on the 10-day injured list with a left intercostal strain Thursday.
Reyes battled a pectoral issue last week but had been back in the lineup since Sunday. He'll now miss at least nine days with a separate issue in the same general area, as the transaction has been backdated to Wednesday. Derek Hill was recalled in a corresponding move.
Reyes (pectoral) is back in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees.
Reyes was scratched from Friday's lineup, though he did appear in the game as a pinch hitter. After sitting all of Saturday's game, the outfielder returns to the starting nine for the series finale.
Reyes was scratched from the lineup for Friday's game against the Yankees due to pectoral stiffness, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
It doesn't sound as though Reyes is seriously hurt, as he reportedly lobbied to play. He'll avoid a matchup against Gerrit Cole, with Eric Haase entering the lineup in his absence. Haase will be the designated hitter, pushing Harold Castro to shortstop and Niko Goodrum to center field.
Reyes will be recalled by the Tigers ahead of Monday's game against Cleveland.
Reyes spent just over two weeks with Triple-A Toledo and earned a call-up after batting .391 with a homer, six runs, three RBI and two stolen bases in the minors. He'll now rejoin the active roster after JaCoby Jones was optioned to Triple-A Toledo in a corresponding move. Look for Reyes to fill the short side of a platoon in center field with Akil Baddoo.
Reyes was optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Saturday.
Reyes served mainly in the short side of a platoon in the outfield to begin the season and slashed .143/.169/.238 with a home run, six runs, three RBI and two stolen bases in 21 games. He'll now head to the minors to make room for Nomar Mazara (abdomen), who was reinstated from the injured list in a corresponding move.
Reyes went 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored in Tuesday's 11-7 loss to the Red Sox.
Reyes batted ninth but was still able to have a productive night at the plate. The 26-year-old outfielder has been playing more frequently with Nomar Mazara (abdomen) on the injured list, but it hasn't translated to much from a fantasy perspective, as Reyes is batting just .164 with a .451 OPS. He should see his playing time decrease when Mazara returns, which could happen later this week.
Reyes is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees.
Reyes had seen an uptick in playing time after Nomar Mazara (abdominal strain) was placed on the injured list April 15, but the 26-year-old appears to have moved into a fourth-outfielder role at this point. He'll be on the bench for a third straight game while Detroit rolls out an outfield of Akil Baddoo, JaCoby Jones and Robbie Grossman in the series finale.
Reyes is out of the lineup for Saturday's game against the Yankees.
Reyes has gone hitless with six strikeouts in his last 13 at-bats, and he'll be out of the lineup for a second straight game. Robbie Grossman will start in right field while JaCoby Jones enters the lineup in center field.
Reyes is starting in right field and batting eighth in Sunday's game against the Royals.
Reyes will start for the second straight game to finish up the series against Kansas City. With Nomar Mazara (abdomen) currently on the injured list, Reyes should continue to see more playing time in the short term. He's joined by Robbie Grossman and JaCoby Jones in the outfield Sunday, with Akil Baddoo heading to the bench against lefty starter Danny Duffy.
Reyes is starting in right field and batting eighth in Saturday's game against the Royals.
Reyes wasn't in the lineup Friday, but he'll get the nod Saturday, joining Akil Baddoo and JaCoby Jones in the outfield with Robbie Grossman serving as the designated hitter. There's a little more playing time available with Nomar Mazara (abdomen) on the injured list, but Reyes still doesn't quite look like an everyday player at this point.
Reyes went 1-for-3 with a stolen base and a run scored in a 3-2 loss to the Pirates in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader.
Reyes got aboard with a double in the third inning, then stole third base and came around to score on a Robbie Grossman sacrifice fly. The 26-year-old Reyes hasn't done much with the bat -- he has one homer, one RBI, three runs scored and a pair of doubles in 32 plate appearances this season. His steal Wednesday was his first of the year.
Reyes will start in center field and bat eighth Tuesday against the Pirates, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports.
Reyes seems to be benefiting the most from Nomar Mazara's (abdomen) recent move to the injured list. He'll be picking up his fourth straight start in center field, leaving JaCoby Jones and Akil Baddoo to compete for work at the corner spot opposite Robbie Grossman. However, Reyes enters Tuesday with a .458 OPS over 29 plate appearances, so he'll likely need to show improvement at the plate to stick in a full-time role for the duration of Mazara's absence.
Reyes isn't starting Thursday's game against the Athletics.
Reyes could see increased time in the outfield after Nomar Mazara (abdomen) was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday, but he'll remain on the bench for the fourth time in the last five games. Akil Baddoo will start in right field Thursday while JaCoby Jones takes over in center field.
Reyes is starting in center field and batting seventh in Saturday's game against Cleveland.
Reyes did not start Friday with JaCoby Jones getting the nod in center, but the two are swapping places Saturday. The Detroit outfield has gotten more crowded with the emergence of Akil Baddoo, who figures to play every day so long as he stays hot. Nomar Mazara also seems to have a decent grip on the job in right, so Reyes and Jones may have to split playing time moving forward.
Reyes went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in Monday's 15-6 loss to the Twins.
Reyes was a seventh inning defensive replacement for Nomar Mazara with the Tigers down 13-1, and he hit a garbage time home run in the ninth, his first long ball of the season. Reyes has started twice through four team games with Mazara seemingly the top option in right field at the moment, though Reyes should see plenty of action against left-handed starters.
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