Another nice game for the impressive 23-year-old. His 6th inning two-run triple (4th this spring) was the difference in tonight's game. His spring average now sits at .474. He's driven in nine. He's playing acceptable defense at first. Just a solid ballplayer that continues to take advantage of his chances to impress.
This will be the last time I list Fowler among the hits. He's having a terrific spring. That's all that needs to be said anymore.
We saw the good in Greg Reynolds tonight: Five mostly solid innings of two hit, two run ball.
We also saw the bad: Falling behind in counts and an inability to finish out at-bats and innings.
And then the ugly: The complete lapse in concentration that allows Henry Blanco to go deep on you.
While I've been mostly encouraged by what I've seen from Reynolds this spring, it really is troubling that he can't get over some of these hurdles that are holding him back. It makes you wonder if it will ever happen, and that's not a feeling you never want to have (or should have) about a #2 pick.