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Why Mark Reynolds turned down $3 million to play in Korea and return to Rockies

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Mark Reynolds received a $3 million offer to play baseball in Korea this season. He spurned it to sign a minor-league contract and return to the Rockies. That’s a lot of money to turn down, but Reynolds, 33, had no desire to play in Korea and a lot of reasons to sign with Colorado, even if he’ll be a backup to Ian Desmond, whom the Rockies signed to a five...
Via The Denver Post
8 days ago

Mark Reynolds agrees to minor league deal with Rockies

DENVER (AP) Mark Reynolds is staying with the Colorado Rockies, at least for the start of spring training. Reynolds agreed to a minor league contract, the team announced Thursday, and will report to big league spring training. If Reynolds earns a roster spot, he likely would be a backup to Ian Desmond, who agreed to a $70 million, five-year contract. The 33-year-old Reynolds...
Via Associated Press
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Reynolds, Rockies agree to minor league deal

Mark Reynolds’ free agency lasted until February, but it looks like he is heading back to Colorado.Fan Rag Sports’ Jon Heyman reported on Wednesday that Reynolds has agreed to a minor league deal with Colorado to return to the Rockies.Even though it’s just a minor league deal, there is a good chance Reynolds makes the big league club.Reynolds batted .282 with 14 home runs in...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Marlins considering Chris Carter, Mark Reynolds

After hitting the second-fewest home runs in the MLB last season, the Miami Marlins are hoping to add some raw power on the free agent market.According to a report by Jerry Crasnick of ESPN on Friday, the Marlins want to sign a righty first baseman to complement Justin Bour and are considering Chris Carter and Mark Reynolds among other options. Carter, 30, batted .222/.321/.499 in...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Mark Reynolds needs help at first base

The experiment was fun but it’s getting kind of boring at first base with Mark Reynolds getting all the starts. Let’s mix it up. The St. Louis Cardinals need to bring a bat up from Memphis to spell, help or keep Reynolds honest and fresh. The bench can use some muscle, so it’s time for John Mozeliak to stop examining MRI results and check his farm. When your first line of defense...
Via STLSportsMinute
June 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Mark Reynolds Needs To Hit More Home Runs

Since Matt Adams blew his quadriceps muscle out on May 26th, Mark Reynolds has started every game at first base for the St. Louis Cardinals. In that time, Reynolds is 8-26 with 5 RBI. Not bad. Not great. Better is possible, right? The biggest problem with that line is the lack of extra base hits. Reynolds has one since taking over Adams. One extra base hit in 11 games isn’t going...
Via STLSportsMinute
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Reynolds Replaces A Missing Component

If you listened around St. Louis this afternoon after the Cardinals signed veteran bat Mark Reynolds to a one year deal, there wasn’t much optimism in the air. One would think the Cards just signed a guy to a long term deal and dumped a ton of money into him. Many are overthinking this smart [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Cubs Fan Makes Phenomenal Catch At Wrigley

Mark Reynolds, of the Milwaukee Brewers,  smacked a homer into the left field bleachers during the second inning of their game against the Cubs. The ball nearly flew out of the ballpark until a Cubs fan made an athletic and impressive play on the ball, catching the ball as he  nearly fell over the railing in left field. Your browser does not support iframes. Truly impressive stuff...
Via Sports Mockery
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Fan prevents Mark Reynolds homer from leaving Wrigley

This fan at Wrigley Field saved a homer! Well…kind of. He made a spectacular catch, but didn’t prevent the run from going on the board. Yeah, the fan caught the home run ball…but it was already gone. He just prevented the ball from leaving Wrigley Field and heading onto Waveland Avenue. Of course, he also swapped out the home run ball with a different ball before throwing...
Via The Outside Corner
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Reynolds' big blasts key Brewers win over Reds

MILWAUKEE -- As the media began to surround Mark Reynolds at his locker, Carlos Gomez yelled from just a couple of lockers over. "Hey, Grrrrumpy is back!" Reynolds, known to his teammates as Grumpy, broke out of his prolonged slump in a big way Wednesday afternoon, connecting for a pair of home runs to help the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-1 victory and a three-game sweep of the Cincinnati...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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