1B - COL
Mark Reynolds announced on MLB Network Radio that he is retired.
Reynolds told Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo that he is retired and hadn't really told anyone yet. The corner infielder played for a number of teams throughout his career, most notably with Arizona. The best fantasy season of his career came in 2009 when Reynolds slugged 44 homers and swiped 24 bases.
Mark Reynolds went 2-for-5 with a double and an RBI as the Rockies beat the Red Sox in 11 innings on Tuesday.
Reynolds was getting the start at first base over Daniel Murphy with the Rockies facing a lefty. He's a solid DFS option for whenever he gets into the lineup, but Reynolds isn't someone worth owning in season-long fantasy leagues.
Mark Reynolds went 2-for-5 with a homer, a double, three RBI, and two runs scored as the Rockies beat the Giants 12-11 on Thursday.
Reynolds is nothing more than a part-time player for Colorado this season, which means he doesn't have fantasy value in traditional season long leagues. He does, however, have value in DFS whenever he starts.
Mark Reynolds homered and walked twice as the Rockies beat the Nationals 7-5 on Monday.
Reynolds' two-run shot tied the game in the fifth inning. He also made a ridiculous stretch at first base to help complete Nolan Arenado's double play to end the game. The veteran infielder will be hard pressed to find consistent at bats once Daniel Murphy returns this week.
Mark Reynolds went 1-for-4 with a home run in the Rockies' 5-2 loss to the Giants on Saturday.
Renyolds continues to see increased playing time with both Daniel Murphy and Ryan McMahon sidelined, but he really only has DFS value, particularly when facing a lefty in Coors.