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Top 50 Diamondbacks Profile:#14 Mark Reynolds

Most utility players are good for single digit home run totals. Mark Reynolds of the Arizona Diamondbacks organization might bang out as many as 40 in a given season. Scouts and stat heads alike have taken notice of Reynolds after his unbelievable 2006 campaign.

Vitals: Name: Mark Reynolds Position: Infield/Outfield DOB:08/03/1983 Height: 6'1" Weight: 200 lbs B/T: R/R History: At the end of the 2005 season, it was clear that Mark Reynolds had some pop.  But his underwhelming range at shortstop also screamed out, as did a low batting average and even lower walk total.  A Tony...

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