20-Year-Old Third Baseman – Baltimore Orioles
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
It seems weird to say, but the only thing not to like about Reyes is last season's lack of production (66 wRC+). On-field performance is obviously a pretty big aspect of a prospect's value, but the de...
Reyes wrapped up his injury-plagued 2017 season at with a .302/.333/.434 slash line through 50 games at High-A Frederick.
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Jomar Reyes: Minor League Games Played By Position
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Baltimore Orioles Roster
MajorsBeckham, Tim (SS)
AAABarker, Brandon (P)
AAAsher, Alec (P)
A+Akin, Keegan (P)
AAlvarez, Dariel (P)
RookieBaumann, Mike (P)
Jomar Reyes: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
The Orioles had enough confidence to send Reyes to Low-A as just an 18-year-old, where he delivered when healthy during the 2015 season. Unfortunately for Reyes, a thumb injury held him to 84 games at Low-A as he missed over a month in the middle of the season. A late season hand injury was corrected with surgery after the season and Reyes is expected to enter this spring at full strength. Reyes held a .162 ISO despite his young age. He is already 6-foot-3 and 220 lbs. at his young age, so weight could actually work against him. Reyes could one day put on a power display and his hit tool is also a strength. There is no shot of making the Orioles in the near future, but Reyes could be on track to making his Orioles debut as soon as 2017. Reyes may be ready to begin the season at High-A.