Bryan Reynolds Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 3" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/27/1995 (26)
Bryan Reynolds Season Stats
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Bryan Reynolds News
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in a 5-3 loss to the Reds on Monday. Reynolds now has a hit in each of his first four games, as he is 5-for-15 to start 2021. He looked good this spring with a .304/.385/.522 triple-slash line and three home runs in 17 games, and he has shown potential in the past to hit around 10 to 15 homers. Reynolds is more of a deeper-league or NL-only option, but he'll get regular playing time and can provide decent value in certain formats.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds launched his second home run in his last three games on Wednesday, finishing 1-for-3 with two RBI in the loss to the Rays. Reynolds is riding a six-game hitting streak now, as he has raised his triple-slash line to .304/.407/.609 this spring. Those numbers look much more in line with his rookie season performance in 2019, as he is looking to bounce back this year from a .189/.275/.357 performance in 55 games last year. Barring injury, Reynolds is a lock for the Opening Day roster, but his value will be limited to NL-only or deep-mixed leagues.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds hit his first home run of Spring Training on Saturday, as he went 1-for-2 with a hit-by-pitch in the loss to the Yankees. Reynolds sent an 0-2 slider from Darren O'Day into the stands in right field for his only hit of the day. After putting up a big rookie season in which he launched 16 home runs while hitting .314 in 2019, Reynolds struggled last year with his worst performance at any level, as he slashed .189/.275/.357 in 55 games. Reynolds is now slashing .294/.429/.529 this spring, and he appears to be the likely Opening Day starter in left field. In deeper leagues and NL-only formats, Reynolds is a solid bounce-back candidate to target that can provide some pop with good average in the outfield.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds looked like an appealing option as a high-floor hitter in an uncertain 2020 season. Instead, he proved to be a massive flop and will need to quickly turn the page if he wants to stay in the team's plans. Reynolds went from posting a .300 xBA that was among the best in the majors in 2019 to a .228 xBA in 2020. that resulted in a drop of 125 points in batting average, down to a miserable .189 last season. He provided modest pop with seven home runs and didn't see a huge drop in his hard-hit numbers but it goes without saying he had little fantasy value in terms of runs or RBI with 24 and 19 respectively.Aside from the question of whether he can come close to approaching his rookie numbers, there is a great deal of risk with Reynolds based on team context. The Pirates were already dead last in runs scored and third-lowest in team batting average in 2020. Now, they've traded their best hitter in Josh Bell and their top two pitchers in Joe Musgrove and Jameson Taillon. This is a never-ending rebuild that is somehow taking a step backward. The best fantasy managers can hope for is a boost in batting average, betting on a big rebound. He isn't much more than a late-round flier at his 278 ADP, so it won't cost much to use him as bench depth.