This was written last week as part of MASN's Orioles' Buzz...
The third baseman, acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks in the offseason, put on quite the power display in Atlanta over the weekend, and followed up that performance with two homers last night, his 19th and 20th.
Despite Baltimore's 13-4 loss to the Texas, the story of last night's game was the power and approach of the third baseman.
I know a lot of fans are not impressed with Reynolds at the hot corner, where he has a league-high 20 errors - obviously, a concern - plus, the umpteen strikeouts and low batting average.
However, we should embrace him in Birdland as our big bopper.
Reynolds is your prototypical all-or-nothing guy in baseball folklore - who can walk. We all saw it in Arizona and fans should not be all that surprised.
It's not the best thing in the world to have on your team, but it's a lot better than some of the alternatives that the Orioles have trotted out over the past several seasons.
But boy, can he launch those homers.