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Perrotto: Determining Where Bryan Reynolds Stands Among MLB Outfielders (+)

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Bryan Reynolds has shown plenty of signs of stardom during his four seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

As a rookie in 2019, Reynolds was seventh in the National League in batting average when he hit .314/.377/.503 with 16 home runs in 134 games.

Reynolds started for the National League in the 2021 All-Star Game. In that season, he had a .302/.390/.522 slash line with a league-leading eight triples and 24 homers in 159 games. His 6.0 bWAR ranked seventh in the NL and he finished 11th in the league MVP balloting, impressive considering he played on a 61-101 team.

However, Reynolds has given some reason for pause at other times.

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