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Why Mark Reynolds turned down $3 million to play in Korea and return to Rockies

Why Mark Reynolds turned down $3 million to play in Korea and return to Rockies

Mark Reynolds received a $3 million offer to play baseball in Korea this season. He spurned it, choosing instead to sign a minor-league deal and return to the Rockies.
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 4, 2017

NL West Notes: Rockies, Park, Owings, Myers

The latest from around the NL West… The Rockies won’t be making a move for recently-designated Twins first baseman Byung Ho Park, MLB.com’s Thomas Harding tweets.  Colorado made a big splash to sign Ian Desmond to fill its first base need and also recently signed Mark Reynolds to a minor league deal as further positional…
Sacramento Bee Feb 2, 2017

Mark Reynolds agrees to minor league deal with Rockies

Mark Reynolds is staying with the Colorado Rockies, at least for the start of spring training. Reynolds agreed to a minor league contract, the team announced Thursday, and will report …
BSN Denver Feb 2, 2017

BSN Rockies Podcast: Projecting Opening Day roster after recent moves

  On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman breaks down the recent news including the signings of Domonic Brown and Mark Reynolds and the trade of former top prospect Eddie Butler. Now that the roster is taking shape, there remain a few questions. Who will make the final bench spot? Will the [...]
MLB Daily Dish Feb 1, 2017
Rockies re-sign Mark Reynolds to minor-league deal

Rockies re-sign Mark Reynolds to minor-league deal

The slugger has a great shot of making the team despite signing a non-roster deal. The Rockies have re-signed Mark Reynolds to a minor-league deal, as first reported by Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. The deal includes an invite to major-league spring training. Reynolds, 33, posted a solid .282/.356/.450 line with 14 homers in 118 games for the Rockies last season but had to settle for a non-guaranteed deal due to the surplus of sluggers available on this year’s free-agent market. Mike Napoli and Chris Carter remain available for teams looking for a big bat at first base, with Brandon Moss...
Denver Post Feb 1, 2017
Mark Reynolds agrees to one-year, minor-league deal with Rockies with invite to camp

Mark Reynolds agrees to one-year, minor-league deal with Rockies with invite to camp

Ian Desmond is the Rockies' first baseman in training, but now there's a chance veteran Mark Reynolds could be his backup in 2017.
Purple Row Feb 1, 2017
Rockies Re-Sign Mark Reynolds to Minor-League Deal

Rockies Re-Sign Mark Reynolds to Minor-League Deal

The Colorado Rockies have re-signed first baseman Mark Reynolds to a minor league contract with an invite to spring training, according to Jon Heyman from FanRag Sports. Acquired in 2016, Reynolds hit .286/.356/.450 over 120 games and 420 plate appearances for the Rockies. He did quite a bit of damage at Coors Field, putting up a .880 home OPS versus a .732 road OPS while cutting his strikeout rate to a career-low 25.4%. Part of the reason he was brought in was to help the team’s production against left handers, but he bucked his career trend, resulting in a mere .673 OPS. Kershaw’s...
BSN Denver Feb 1, 2017

Rockies bring back Mark Reynolds

The Colorado Rockies are bringing back fan and clubhouse favorite Mark Reynolds.
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 1, 2017

Rockies To Re-Sign Mark Reynolds

The Rockies have agreed to a minor-league deal with first baseman Mark Reynolds, according to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag.
Rotoworld Feb 1, 2017

Report: Rockies bringing back Mark Reynolds - Mark Reynolds (1B) Colorado Rockies

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports the Rockies have agreed to a minor league deal with free agent 1B Mark Reynolds.
KFFL Feb 1, 2017

Rockies | Mark Reynolds returning to Colorado

Free-agent 1B Mark Reynolds (Rockies) agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the ...

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