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Reynolds leads the team in Homers (10)

Reynolds leads the team in Doubles (12)

Reynolds leads the team in RBI (32) *tied

Reynolds leads the team in Walks (32)

Reynolds is second on the team in Runs (27)

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Pretty impressive list (that needs updating) that says alot about how valuable he has been.

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Mark Reynolds by month

April (25 Games)

169/253/313/566

May (27 games)

215/348/430/778

June (16 games)

300/435/720/1155

Great to see such a strong turnaround, and on pace for about 30 HR, 175 strikeouts and 90 walks.

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I won't deny I was worried in April, but damn, I like the way this guy hits. Patience with a good eye and mammoth power. Hardy and Reynolds were incredible pickups for the left side of the infield this offseason (and yet we're still not that good...).

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I won't deny I was worried in April, but damn, I like the way this guy hits. Patience with a good eye and mammoth power. Hardy and Reynolds were incredible pickups for the left side of the infield this offseason (and yet we're still not that good...).

Maybe I'm just optimistic, but I feel like this team is about to go on another winning streak. The past four games they've racked up hit totals of 14, 8, 18, and 10--that has to eventually translate into runs. Reynolds has improved dramatically, Lee is showing signs of heating up, and Hardy has been fantastic. I bet were back at .500 by next week.

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Maybe I'm just optimistic, but I feel like this team is about to go on another winning streak. The past four games they've racked up hit totals of 14, 8, 18, and 10--that has to eventually translate into runs. Reynolds has improved dramatically, Lee is showing signs of heating up, and Hardy has been fantastic. I bet were back at .500 by next week.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, had Buck batted Reynolds 5th or 6th instead of 7th we probably would have won one of the Nats games we lost Friday and Saturday.

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He did say during the Oakland series, I believe, that when the weather heats up, he does as well.

OPS question? He went 1-1 with 3 walks and a sac fly. Is his OBP tonight .800 or 1.000?

I believe it's .800. The sacrifice is counted as a PA. So he was on base 4 out of 5 PA.
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I'm just waiting for Roy to come back on and infer that the D-Backs knew that Reynolds was toast and that's why they traded him. He basically said we got fleeced and taken for a ride. Wonder what he's saying now.

I said a couple a days ago that I was starting to understand why the DBacks were ready to move on. He's just frustrating as hell to watch play at times but saying he is toast and we got fleeced is pretty laughable

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Correct. The formula is OBP=(H+BB+HBP)/(AB+BB+HBP+SF)

It's kind of stupid, though, that your OBP gets punished for a sac fly, but not a sac bunt.

What happens if you reach on an error?

Really was good to see Reynolds taking walks tonight. You can tell that Pittsburgh really didn't want any part of him in that batter's box.

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