21-Year-Old Pitcher – St. Louis Cardinals
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
A breakout candidate heading into 2015, Reyes emerged as one of the five best pitching prospects in the minor leagues last season. He posted a 2.49 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, and an eye-popping 151 strikeouts in...
Reyes fanned eight batters and limited Fresno to two hits, three walks and no runs over four innings in his debut with Triple-A Memphis on Sunday.
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St. Louis Cardinals Roster
MajorsAdams, Matt (1B)
AABader, Harrison (OF)
A+Bean, Steve (C)
AAlcantara, Sandy (P)
RookieDenton, Bryce (3B)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Reyes is one of the Cardinals' better pitching prospects as he's looked very good at times pitching to batters several years older than him at the Low-A level. His biggest issue has been control and that was no different in 2014; while he was less hittable he still saw his walk rate rise from 11.1% to 13.1%. Next season will be only the 20-year-old's third season as a pro and he's never looked out of place. The talent and stuff is definitely there, but he will need to harness his control issues if he wants to work his way into an MLB rotation instead of a late-innings relief role. He's proven he has the fastball to be successful in either role, striking out 137 batters in 2014 in just 109.1 innings of work. If all goes well, Reyes should finish 2015 in Double-A and be ready for his MLB debut some time in 2016.