Reds Infielder To Undergo MRI After Suffering Injury During Game

He's competing for a spot on the 40-man roster.

Matt Reynolds, a non-roster invitee competing for a reserve spot on the Cincinnati Reds' Opening Day roster, has been dealing with multiple injuries this spring.
He left Saturday's Cactus League game against the San Francisco Giants with a quadriceps cramp, shortly after picking up a single in his only at-bat of the game. Reynolds had also been dealing with back and knee soreness earlier in the spring, which may further hinder his efforts to secure a spot on the roster.

He is set to undergo an MRI this week to assess the extent of his latest injury, and there should be an update on his status later this week.

Last season, the thirty-two-year-old slashed a pedestrian .246/.320/.332, with three home runs, 23 RBIs, five stolen bases and 31 runs scored over 92 games as a utility infielder for the Reds.  

For his five-year career, the thirty-two-year-old owns a .230/.302/.328 triple-slash line, with seven home runs, 42 RBIs, five stolen bases and 56 runs scored over 223 games. He's spent time with the New York Mets, Washington Nationals, Kansas City Royals and the Reds.
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