ARLINGTON, Texas --
said it will take more than a painful foul ball off his left foot to keep him from playing in Friday’s
wild-card playoff game against the
Reynolds fouled a ball off a bone in his left big toe in the fifth inning of the Orioles' 4-1 regular season finale loss to the
"No problem once you get under the lights and get a little adrenaline flowing," Reynolds said. "We know how important this game is and I'm sure all the pain will go away."
Reynolds was walking around the visiting clubhouse at
He landed on the disabled list with an oblique straight in May, but has played through biceps and hand injuries that were caused by being hit by pitches.
"This is nothing," Reynolds said, comparing this injury to others, "especially this time of year, [with] so much on the line."
Reynolds hit 16 of his 23 homers since Aug. 8 and hit .221/.335/.429 in 135 games this season. His 159 strikeouts were the lowest since his rookie year of 2007 with the Diamondbacks.
Over the course of the season, Reynolds said that 2007 season was the most fun he's had in the majors because the Diamondbacks made the playoffs. Now, he's back playing in the postseason.