Mark Reynolds for all intents and purposes was having a lack-luster season, lot of strikeouts, not a lot of homeruns, and a few too many errors. Then August started. Since then Reynolds is batting near .320 with 8 home runs (4 of which were in the recent Yankees series), 16 RBIs, and has been walked 16 times. His play at First Base has also been very impressive (except when he got tossed when the umpires made a bad call, but we won't go there). If he keeps playing this way in September, the Orioles will increase their power in the line-up. Let's Go O's!
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