Cincinnati Reds Outright Versatile Jack Of All Trades

He spent 92 games with the Cincinnati Reds this past season, but now will have to try to fight his way back to the majors. The Reds have outrighted five-year veteran infielder Matt Reynolds to their Triple-A affiliate

Reynolds was designated for assignment last week to make room for the signing of free agent pitcher Luke Weaver. He's now cleared waivers, allowing the Reds to outright him to the minor leagues. He does have the option to decline if he so chooses.

The 32 year old was a second-round pick of the New York Mets in the 2012 June Draft, and first cracked the major league team in 2016. He's never been able to really break through however, spending parts of five seasons in the bigs, compiling a .230 average with a .630 OPS. He's also had stints with the Washington Nationals and Kansas City Royals. 

With the Reds last season, he batted .246 with a .652 OPS in 272 plate appearances. He played every single position around the diamond except catcher. Yes, he even pitched mop-up duty in a couple of games. 

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