David Reynoso
David Reynoso
David Reynoso
David Reynoso

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David
Reynoso

Walter Panas (HS) • NY
6-0 • 165LBS • R/R

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NY Games (June 27-29, 2016)
Reynoso is an athletic 6-foot-0, 165-pound (up 10 pounds from Sept. 2015). Ran an impressive 6.90 60 (improved from a 6.99 in August 2015). Offensively- Upright stance, open and hands at ears. Leg kick gets weigh on back side, smooth stride and good bat angle. Not much hand separation, but they take a direct path to the ball. Back leg has good torque, and the swing as a whole is very smooth. High one-handed finish, exit velocity: 86 MPH (Have had up to 89). Defensively- Reads hops well, not overly aggressive getting to ball. Smooth glove/hand transfer, fields ball out in front nicely ¾ arm slot. Reynoso gets body moving toward first base well before/during/after throw, infield arm velocity: 81 MPH (up to 82 in the past).
Eastern NY All-Star Games (September 13, 2015)  
Stands at 5-foot-11, 155 pounds, with an athletic body build.  Defensively – In the infield he has a good approach through the ball, with good hands, throws with a high 3/4-arm action, plays through the ball with above average actions, some range, arm is strong across the diamond. Offensively - At the plate his setup is relaxed and balanced stance, medium leg kick stride, with a back load.  His hands are compact and strong, swinging with a level plane, with a nice full extension through the ball finishing above shoulder height.  With his exit velo and line drive swing lots of extra base hits in his swing.

Hudson Valley Open (August 12, 2015)
At 5'11" 155lbs Reynoso has an athletic frame that has room to develop. Put up some respectable measurables with a 6.99 60, an exit velocity of 83MPH with an arm strength that checked in at 80MPH across the diamond. All three categories were improved on from the PBR games a month ago. Offensively- Reynoso hits from a narrow stance with a hand position that sits even with his chin, aligned with back shoulder. Creates proper separation on his load and stride. Firmly anchors front side while getting aggressive back foot and hip rotation into contact. Assertive with lead arm and despite some barrel drag, David is able to stay in the zone with a level plane. Easy extension that stays more to pull side. Line drive type results. Defensively- Very active with his footwork, showed positive left side infield actions with suitable arm. Ranges well in all directions. Could be more consistent with throwing footwork, would like to see more ground covered and a consistent method (heel clicks, step through and step behinds all in a few groundballs). This will help with the timing and the flow of his throws. Pitching- All though more of a secondary projection at the moment, David did flash some ability here. Sat 76-77 MPH on the mound with the CB at 67-69 and the change a bit on the firm side at 71-73. Uses a 3/4 to high 3/4 slot. Compact at balance point but strides open to 1B side leaving the ball to leak out of his hand early. CB has some 12-6 action with late downward break. Athletic enough and has a frame that could fill out to where he may garner some dual looks down the road. 

New York Games (July 7-9, 2015)

Slender, athletic body type. Aggressive approach to fielding, has great hand and glove action, smooth and soft receiving skills, shows great range and ability to either side, very versatile arm that is clean and loose, quick release with quality arm strength to the target. At the plate hitter is slightly opened at setup, fluid load and short stride to the pitch maintains balance, hands are short to the ball and shows average speed through the zone, makes good contact and has a fairly level bat plane.

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