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|MLB Career Stats||5||5||3.66||213||0||2||167.0||159||1.28|
The Diamondbacks and left-hander Matt Reynolds have agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding arbitration, the team announced Monday.
The D-backs recalled left-handed pitcher Matt Reynolds from Triple-A Reno on Sunday and optioned left-hander Keith Hessler to Reno.
|2011||73||16th in NL|
|2012||71||22nd in NL|
|2011||18||16th in NL|
|July 14, 2016||LHP Matt Reynolds assigned to Sacramento River Cats from Richmond Flying Squirrels.|
|June 24, 2016||San Francisco Giants signed free agent LHP Matt Reynolds to a minor league contract.|
|June 24, 2016||LHP Matt Reynolds assigned to Richmond Flying Squirrels.|
|March 29, 2016||Arizona Diamondbacks released LHP Matt Reynolds.|
|March 27, 2016||Arizona Diamondbacks optioned Matt Reynolds to Reno Aces.|
|August 23, 2015||Arizona Diamondbacks recalled Matt Reynolds from Reno Aces.|
|March 30, 2015||Arizona Diamondbacks optioned LHP Matt Reynolds to Reno Aces.|
|October 30, 2014||Matt Reynolds roster status changed by Arizona Diamondbacks.|
|June 1, 2014||Arizona Diamondbacks transferred LHP Matt Reynolds from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Recovering from September 2013 Tommy John surgery|
|March 19, 2014||Arizona Diamondbacks placed LHP Matt Reynolds on the 15-day disabled list. Recovering from September 2013 Tommy John surgery|
|November 1, 2013||Arizona Diamondbacks activated LHP Matt Reynolds from the 60-day disabled list.|
|September 3, 2013||Arizona Diamondbacks transferred LHP Matt Reynolds from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Strained left elbow.|
|June 10, 2013||Arizona Diamondbacks placed LHP Matt Reynolds on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left elbow.|
|November 20, 2012||Arizona Diamondbacks traded 3B Ryan Wheeler to Colorado Rockies for LHP Matt Reynolds.|
|August 19, 2010||Colorado Rockies selected the contract of Matt Reynolds from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|April 8, 2010||Matt Reynolds assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|February 12, 2010||Colorado Rockies invited non-roster LHP Matt Reynolds to spring training.|
|August 25, 2009||Tulsa Drillers activated LHP Matt Reynolds from the temporarily inactive list.|
|August 15, 2009||Tulsa Drillers placed LHP Matt Reynolds on the temporarily inactive list.|
|July 10, 2009||LHP Matt Reynolds assigned to Tulsa Drillers from Modesto Nuts.|
Matthew William Reynolds graduated from Bishop Kelley (OK) High School, playing baseball and basketball all four years, and playing football his freshman year…Helped the baseball program win the state tournament as a freshman and was a 5A All-State selection as a senior in baseball and basketball....Went to University of Arkansas, helping the Razorbacks to the 2012 College World Series… His junior year he was first team All-SEC and was named by Collegiate Baseball as a third-team All-American…Led the Razorbacks that season with a .323 batting average, seven home runs and 45 RBI.2015
Appeared in 115 games for Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Led the team in triples (five) and runs scored (70)...Was tied for the team lead in doubles (32)....Named to the PCL All-Star team....His 65 RBI with Las Vegas were fifth-most among Mets minor leaguers...Set minor league career highs in doubles and RBI...Tied his career high for home runs... Had four, four-hit games during his tenure with the 51s....Was on the 7-Day Disabled List from July 8-July 30 with a right elbow strain.
Was added to the playoff roster during the NLDS vs. Los Angeles after Ruben Tejada went down with an injury...Also was on the playoff roster for the NLCS vs. Chicago...Did not see any game action in the postseason.2014
Missed the entire season while recovering from Tommy John surgery in 2013…made three rehab appearances in the D-backs' Instructional League (3.0 IP).2013
Went 0-2 with 2 saves and a 1.98 ERA (6 ER in 27.1 IP) in 30 relief appearances in his fi rst season with Arizona... Placed on the 15-day disabled list on June 10 with a strained left elbow and missed the rest of the season... Underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery on Sept. 24 in Pensacola, Fla. (performed by Dr. James Andrews)... Career-high 22-game scoreless streak from Sept. 19, 2012-May 11 (17.2 IP)…tied club record with 19 scoreless outings to start a season (also Joe Paterson in 2011)... Registered his fi rst career save on April 23 @ Giants.2012 Went 3-1 with a 4.40 ERA (28 ER in 57.1 IP) in 71 games in his second full season with the Rockies...Ranked sixth among National League left-handed relievers in appearances...Made 44 appearances on no rest and posted a 2.12 ERA (7 ER in 29.2 IP)...Traded to D-backs on Nov. 20 for INF Ryan Wheeler. 2011 Earned a spot in the Rockies bullpen out of Spring Training for his first appearance on an Opening Day roster...Allowed just four runs on eight hits from Opening Day until 6/6, a span of 16.1 innings pitched in 27 appearances...over those 27 outings struckout 22 and walked just four (12.1 K/9.0IP; 5.5 K/BB)...Owned season-long 8.1 ip scoreless streak from 5/5-6/6...in that span opponents hit just .138 (4-for-29) and Reynolds recorded 10 strikeouts over the 8.1 innings pitched...Recorded a hold in five straight outings from 6/15-24...in those five allowed just two hits and one run in 4.2 innings (1.93 ERA, .133 opponent average)...Had 18 holds in his 73 appearances in 2011, which ranked second on Rockies behind Betancourt's 22 holds...additionally, his 73 appearances were also the second-most by a Rockies pitcher last season (Belisle - 74)...In his 73 appearances allowed more than one hit just nine times and allowed runs in just 16 of those 73 outings...in his 57 scoreless outings, held hitters to a .145 average and struckout 38 to walking just 14...Began season with 17 straight stranded runners (first inherited runner to score came on 6/11)...his 7.4% IRS pre-ASG was the third-lowest mark in Rockies history pre-All-Star break...that mark was also the third-lowest in the National League prior to the All-Star break...When pitching in back-to-back days (0 days' rest), recorded a 0.71 ERA (12.2 ip, 1 er) while striking out 10, walking four and holding opponents to a .128 batting average in 21 outings...Reynolds and Matt Belisle became the 17th and 18th Rockies in franchise history to appear in at least 73 games in a single-season in 2011 2010 Began the season with Triple-A Colorado Springs where he made 50 relief appearances...started the season with 18.2 scoreless innings for the Sky Sox...Became just the 10th Colorado Springs pitcher to be named to the Triple-A Pacific Coast League All-Star squad...in his first season in the PCL, the lone all-star pitcher from Colorado Springs led the league with 35 appearances and the third-best strikeout to innings pitched ratio, 10.49 (47 strikeouts, 40.1 ip) in the first half of the season...In 50 relief appearances for Triple-A Colorado Springs, went 1-3, 2.62 (55.0 ip, 16 er) while earning seven saves and striking out 67 batters compared to walking just 16...Made his Major League debut 8/19 at LAD...struckout one and got a fly out while stranding a runner on first on just six pitches...Earned his first career win in his 12th appearance of his career on 9/11 vs. ARI...Allowed his first career runs 9/2 vs. PHI, allowing a grand slam to Chase Utley...was just his third hit allowed in 6.2 innings pitched to that point...Had a career-high 3 strikeouts and 3.0 innings pitched 8/25 vs. ATL...threw 56 pitches and allowed his first walk...that same game Reynolds made his first professional plate appearance, drawing a walk...Allowed a run in just three of his 21 outings this season...14 of his 21 outings were hitless and struckout at least one batter in 12 of the 21...Did not allow a hit to a left-handed hitter in his final seven outings (0-for-11)...held left-handers to a season average of .152 (5-for-33)...held all hitters to just a .164 (10-for-61) average on the season...allowed just four hits in his final 12 games (8.2 ip) while striking out nine and walking just three...allowed one run (1.04 ERA) over those final 12 outings...Held hitters to a .182 (6-for-33) average with runners on and to a .200 (4-for-20) average with runners in scoring position this season...Recorded his first career hold on 9/19 at LAD tossing a perfect 0.2 innings...followed it up his next outing with his first career game finished 9/21 at ARI, tossing a perfect inning with one strikeout...Allowed the fewest hits per 9.0 innings pitched among all Rockies (5.00 hits per 9.0 ip). 2009 Split the season between Class-A Modesto and Double-A Tulsa as a left-handed set-up man...began the season with Modesto and went 5-3 with 3 saves, a 1.29 ERA (49.0 ip, 7 er) and 58 strikeouts in 39 games...while with Modesto, did not have an ERA over 1.81 in any of the four months in which he pitched for the Nuts...California League opponents hit just .190 (32-for-168) against him...was promoted to Tulsa in the middle of July and spent the remainder of the season there...went 1-2 with one save and a 4.21 ERA (25.2 ip, 12 er) in 21 games with the Drillers...did not allow a run in his firs six appearances for Tulsa...allowed eight of the 12 earned runs he surrendered as a Driller in his last 5 appearances of the season... between the two stops, walked just 17 batters and struck out 87 batters...owned a 10.5 so/9.0 ip ratio on the season...following the campaign was named 27th best prospect in the Rockies organization by Baseball America...also named the Rockies prospect with the best control by the same publication. 2008 Spent the entire season with Asheville as one of the club's relievers...finished tied for 2nd on the team among relievers with 6 wins...was one of 3 regular Asheville relievers to own a sub-3.00 ERA (2.53)...allowed 8 earned runs in 14.1 innings in April and just 8 earned runs the rest of the season (1.69 ERA)...opponents hit .226 (49-for-217) with lefties at .192 (15-for-78) and righties at .245 (34-for-139). 2007 In his first professional season, Reynolds went 1-4, 3.60 (35.0 ip, 14 er) in 20 relief appearances... struck out 27 batters against just 4 walks and ranked fifth in the Northwest League with the lowest walk/9 inning ratio (1.03).