Reynolds is second in the
"So far so good over there, I guess," Reynolds, who has made 29 career starts at first base, said Sunday. "I don't know if I like [first] better, but it's good to just do whatever I can to help the team win. If they want me to play first, I'll be at first. If they want me at third, I'll be there, and if they want me to be in the outfield, I'll go to the outfield. Maybe not catcher. I don't like catcher so much."
Don't worry, Mark. I think the O's are covered there.
But first base? That’s wide open, and it has been for a while. The Orioles have had a revolving door at first base in recent years, from
Of course, if you move Reynolds to first base, it opens up a hole at third. Ideally, Josh Bell would step up and seize his opportunity. But that doesn't seem likely in this lost summer for Bell.
Reynolds' stint at first should be short-lived as he'll move back to third whenever Davis returns to the lineup. Next season? It could happen if the Orioles strike out on free-agent first basemen.
"I don't know if it opened our eyes or kept them open," Baltimore manager