8/29/1994 (22 y, 6 m, 26 d) Bats/Throws:
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Reyes (elbow) underwent successful Tommy John surgery on Thursday and will begin rehabbing in April, Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. (2/16/2017)Injury:
Profiles: 2017 (Click Year to Expand / Close)
|Profile: I was going to tell you that Alex Reyes is incredibly exciting. I was going to say he can throw his fastball 100 mph, his curve has more break than (insert super-cool ocean surfing metaphor), and his change has also proved very effective thus far. I was going to mention that he also walks a lot of guys and he gave up just one home run in 46 innings which was slightly lucky. I was going to talk about how Reyes is going to strike out a ton of guys which will make it easier to put up with the extra base runners he allows due to free passes. I might have mentioned an innings cap, but that an ERA in the mid-threes was a decent expectation. I was going to talk about him being an early favorite for Rookie of the Year with front-of-the-rotation potential. I can't talk about any of those things unfortunately because Alex Reyes was diagnosed with a torn UCL, had Tommy John surgery, and will miss the entire season. :poop:(Craig Edwards)|
The Quick Opinion: See you in the summer of 2018.