Its been a season where we are searching for bright spots silver linings if you will when it comes to the Pittsburgh Pirates and despite the rough go of things thus far man has outfielder Bryan
Reynolds ever given us one as he continues to rake and produce a huge bounce back year after a rough 2020 which now looks mainly like an outlier
Reynolds socked his 14th homer Yesterday in Colorado and is now up to seven long balls for the month of June my man just continues to rake keep in mind he hit just seven homers in last years
shortened season thats astonishing
Reynolds in June is slashing .376/.442/.645 with four doubles, seven home runs, 22 RBIs and a dozen multi-hit games in June. He also is riding a 14-game hitting streak, during which he’s batted .436 (24 for 55) with three doubles, four homers and 14 RBIs.
For the season, Reynolds leads all major league outfielders in on-base percentage (.405), is tied for second in the NL in doubles (20), ranks third in batting average (.316), fourth in hits (87),
total bases (149) and OPS (.947) and fifth in slugging percentage (.542). Reynolds also ranks in the top five in the majors in batting average, doubles and OPS.