Mark Reynolds has been horrible, and I would bet that there are 12 team leagues in which he is on the waiver-wire. I'm here to tell you I think that might be a mistake.
History says that Reynolds should be owned. Not ancient history mind you, but recent history. Over the past three years, 2009-11, Reynolds is in the top-5 at the third base position in homers, RBIs and runs scored. In those three years his “average” season has resulted in 38 homers, 91 RBIs and 87 runs scored. Edwin Encarnacion and Pablo Sandoval have never reached any of those totals – not one time.
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