Bryan Reynolds Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 3" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/27/1995 (27)
Bryan Reynolds Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Bryan Reynolds News
The Pittsburgh Pirates have activated outfielder Bryan Reynolds from the COVID-19 related injured list. According to Pirates manager Derek Shelton, Reynolds will return to the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Reynolds wound up spending just about 24 hours on the COVID list. His teammate, shortstop Cole Tucker, landed on the COVID list with him on Tuesday, but Tucker has yet to be activated and he will remain out on Wednesday. Reynolds is off to a slow start to the season, slashing .190/.266/.328 over 15 games.
The Pittsburgh Pirates placed outfielder Bryan Reynolds and shortstop Cole Tucker on the COVID-19 injured list ahead of Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Outfielder Jack Suwinski and second baseman Tucupita Marcano were called up from Triple-A in a corresponding move. No word has been given yet as to what caused Reynolds and Tucker to land on the COVID-19 injured list. Reynolds is of course the more notable member of the duo. The 27-year-old hit .302 with 24 home runs, 90 RBI and 93 runs last year. He's off to a slow start to the 2022 season, however, as he's slashing just .190/.266/.328 over 15 games.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds and third baseman Ke'Bryan Hayes are not in the starting lineup on Sunday against the Washington Nationals. It's the first day off of the season for Reynolds, who started each of the team's first eight games while going 9-for-33 with two home runs, three RBI and three runs scored for the Bucs. Jake Marisnick could be a sneaky DFS play while batting leadoff and playing center field against Nationals left-hander Patrick Corbin. Hayes is also getting his first day off of the season for rest purposes. Michael Chavis, who had three hits on Saturday, is starting at the hot corner and batting third on Sunday. With two of the Pirates best hitters on the bench, Corbin becomes extremely enticing for fantasy purposes.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds became a cornerstone player in 2021 and was named an All-Star in his first entire season in the majors. After a disappointing 2020 shortened campaign (.189-7-19), the 26-year-old bounced back last season by slashing .302/.390/.522 with 24 home runs, 90 RBI, 93 runs scored, and five stolen bases over 159 games. He increased his BB% from 10.1% in 20202 to 11.6% in 2021 while cutting his K% down from 27.4% to 18.4%. Reynolds could be on the move as he reportedly drew significant trade interest from other teams during the offseason. Still, Pittsburgh will be in no rush to move the outfielder as he is under team control until 2025. The Pirates are projected to have one of the weakest lineups in 2022 and were dead last in runs scored in 2021. A change of scenery for Reynolds would only increase his fantasy value. Despite hitting third in for a weak Pirates lineup, Reynolds, along with Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto were the only two hitters to hit above .300, smash 20 homers, log 90 RBI, score 90 runs, and swipe five bags last season. His .345 BAIP is unsustainable; fantasy managers should expect a batting average closer to .275 in 2022. Steamer is projecting the Pirates outfielder with .278/.364/.470 with a .356 WOBA over 150 games in 2022. According to RotoBaller's Expected Draft Values, Reynolds Steamer's projection makes him roughly below fair value at his current NFBC ADP of 99.