Reynolds Returns to Former Team
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The T-Bones second baseman Mikey Reynolds is being traded to the Sussex County Miners in Sussex County, NJ.
Mikey Reynolds is native to Kingston, PA where he signed to play for the Aggies of Texas A&M and graduated in 2013. With the Aggies Reynolds hit a .339 avg his senior year and was drafted in the 5th round by the Atlanta Braves. Before the '13 draft Reynolds was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 30th round in the 2011 draft.
Reynolds made it as high as class A Rome in the Braves organization and was released in 2014. In 2015 he played with the York Revolution of the Atlantic League before being signed by the St. Louis Cardinals. With the Cardinals Reynolds made it to double-A Springfield, but he was released by Palm Beach in 2016. In affiliated baseball Reynolds has a .247 average with 72 hits, 2 homeruns, and a total of 14 extra base hits.
Before Kansas City Reynolds played for the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks for his debut in the American Association in 2017. He went over seas to the ABL's Adelaide Bite for 28 games before playing for Sussex county where he would end the 2018 campaign.
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