Anyway, will Reynolds turn it around?
I don't know what you mean by 'turn it around'. He's having a very solid season right now as far as runs/hr/rbi's are concerned. The avg. you know has always been a liability and has the potential to dip close to .200 but has the upside to get over. 280. The reason he's not stealing is because he's been battling a quad injury all yr which no one really has talked about much but he continues to hit for power. I fully expect a line of 90-40-100 again, and if the quad gets better he should get at least 10 sb, the avg is where his value lies. if he hits .210, everyone will hate on him. but if he finishes with a .275 avg, he will be extremely hyped going into the season next yr, IMO.