Small frame; wiry; skinny legs and lacks muscle; quick twitch athlete; lacks projection.
4/28/15 - 4/29/15, 5/15/15 - 5/16/15
West Virginia Power (Low A, Pirates)
Loved watching him play; displayed excitement for the game and hustle; teammates seemed to like him as well.
30; Organizational player
Average bat speed; fast-twitch swing with quick hands through the zone; mild pre-swing noise causes inconsistent barrel path; very mild leg kick and load; shows mild ability to recognize spin; unbalanced often against secondary pitches.
Fringe raw power; surprising pop for a small frame; slight leverage with average bat speed help play power to an extent.
~4.30 home to first; more agility than speed; lacks a second gear due to short legs and strides.
Smooth hands; quick and efficient footwork; strong pivot skills; quick transfer and release; range is fringe; lacks the burst and extension to reach some plays up the middle; plays an average 2B: lacks the range and athleticism to consistently play SS but could work there in a pinch.
Below-average arm strength; ball lacks carry when throwing farther than 2B; works fine at 2B.
Reyes signed as an international free agent out of the Dominican Republic in 2012. The overall profile lacks a carrying tool, but Reyes should be able to work his way to the upper minors by playing up the middle defense in a potential utility role. The risk is moderate because he is in his first year of full-season ball, although there is not a large amount of growth left in the profile. Reyes projects to be a strong org player with good makeup.