Franmil Reyes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 5" / 265 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/7/1995 (26)
Franmil Reyes Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Franmil Reyes News
Cleveland Indians outfielder and designated hitter Franmil Reyes went 1-for-3 with an RBI single in Tuesday's 6-3 Game 2 doubleheader loss to the Minnesota Twins. Reyes has been relatively solid in September and has four home runs to go along with 10 RBI. He is definitely someone fantasy managers should be looking at heading into 2022 as a mid-round target.
Cleveland Indians outfielder and designated hitter Franmil Reyes went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins. Reyes now has a 1.037 OPS with three home runs over his previous 25 at-bats and appears to be locked in for the fantasy stretch run.
Cleveland Indians outfielder/designated hitter Franmil Reyes is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Boston Red Sox, according to MLB.com. Reyes will look to reset after going 1 for his last 19 with 11 strikeouts. Third baseman Jose Ramirez will be the DH in Reyes' spot. He's had a great year at the dish, even with the slump, batting .248 with a .521 slugging, 24 HRs, 65 RBI, 45 runs, and four stolen bases over 89 games. Fantasy managers should stay patient with Reyes, and hopefully, he will come back like himself after his day off.
Franmil Reyes is listed at 6' 5" and 265 pounds, which seems generous. Regardless, he's a mountain of a man and has been nicknamed Franimal for a reason, as he is one of the most prodigious power bats in the game. In 2019, Reyes clubbed 37 home runs. Last season, the exit velocity was in the 91st percentile, barrel rate was in the 84% percentile, and hard hit rate was in the 79th percentile. He will likely bat cleanup for an Indians team that is projected to score the 12th-most runs in baseball. Now, not all is rosy when it comes to Reyes. The strikeout rate approaches 30% and the batting average will likely be in the .250 range. In addition, he is only DH/UTIL eligible. Now, out of the top 30 players projected to hit the most home runs this season, only two can be found past round 12, Reyes and Miguel Sano. The stats are almost identical and Sano has first base eligibility, but his batting average will likely be 20 points lower. If you need power in the middle stages of the draft without completing tanking your batting average, Reyes could be your savior.