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Reynolds Becoming His Own Hitter

The son of a former major league infielder, Kyle Reynolds always knew he had the ability to play pro ball. But for Reynolds to take the biggest step forward in his pro career, it took an injury and over two weeks worth of missed playing time.

While playing for Class High-A Daytona in the Florida State League last summer, the son of former big leaguer Craig Reynolds went down with an ankle injury in early June. Rather than just sit around and wait on the injury to heal, though, Reynolds used his time out of the lineup to get in touch with himself – and his swing. As it turns out, the injury was a blessing in disguise. "Looking... Recommended Stories

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