Matt Reynolds was optioned to the Mets minor league camp on March 21, 2017, however, he was called up a month later.
With the Mets in 2017, he made 130 plate appearances and batted .230/326/.301. The assignment of Reynolds was made on February 7, 2018.
On February 12, 2018, Reynolds was dealt to the Washington Nationals for cash. He started the year with the Class AAA Syracuse Chiefs, but on April 7 the Nationals promoted him to the big leagues.
Before the Nationals optioned him back to Syracuse on April 24, he played in 10 games and hit.012 with a walk. He was recalled once more to take Anthony Rendon’s spot after Rendon was put on the list for family medical leave.
On January 13, 2019, the Nationals designated Reynolds for assignment, freeing up roster space for second baseman Brian Dozier, who had just been signed.
On January 18, 2019, he was outrighted. After the 2019 season, he entered the free agency pool. Reynolds and the Kansas City Royals agreed to a minor league deal on November 16, 2019.
The Royals added Reynolds to the active roster on September 8, 2020. Reynolds was given a task designation on September 12. On October 14, 2020, he chose free agency.
How Much Does Matt Reynolds Make?
Matt Reynolds earns $700,000 per year on average. Reynolds’ base pay for 2022 will be $700,000.