Eduard Reyes

#23 EDUARD REYES – RHP
Height: 6-0 Weight: 175
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Born: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Resides: New York, New York
Draft: INTL – MIL – 2010
DOB: 8/23/90 Opening Night Age: 30
Classification: LS-2

Career Highlights: Seventh season of professional baseball and first with the Goldeyes…signed by the Goldeyes on 12/16/21…career 22-18 record with two saves and a 3.42 ERA in 69 games, 50 of them as a starting pitcher…five career games finished in relief…two career complete games, including one shutout…339.1 career innings pitched, allowing 313 hits, 122 walks, and 21 home runs…338 career strikeouts…has averaged 9.0 strikeouts per nine innings and just 0.6 home runs per nine innings during career…prior to 2020, allowed two or fewer earned runs in 30 of 43 career starts…prior to 2020 season, walked two batters or less in 29 of 43 career starts, and walked three batters or less in 39 of 43 career starts…has held the opposition leadoff batter to a .212 average as a professional…voted 2019 Can-Am League All-Star…has pitched in the Venezuelan Winter League each of the past two seasons…signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as an international free agent in 2010

2020
New Jersey (All-American Baseball Challenge/Ind.): 4-1 with a 1.67 ERA for the Jackals in nine games, seven of them starts…43.0 innings pitched, allowing 35 hits, 13 walks, and three home runs…struck out 53…won All-American Baseball Challenge’s pitching triple crown, finishing first in the league in wins, first in ERA, and tied for first in strikeouts…helped Jackals win All-American Baseball Challenge championship

2019
New Jersey (Can-Am/Ind.): 9-4 with a 3.71 ERA for the Jackals in 17 games, all of them starts…pitched two complete games, including one shutout…106.2 innings pitched, allowing 101 hits, 40 walks, and seven home runs…struck out 88…Can-Am League All-Star…finished tied for fourth in the Can-Am League in wins, eighth in ERA, 11th in strikeouts, and ninth in innings pitched…allowed two or fewer earned runs in 10 of 17 starts, and allowed four or fewer earned runs in 13 of them…pitched at least 6.0 innings in 14 of 17 starts, including six starts of 7.0 innings or more…walked two batters or less in 10 of 17 starts, and walked three batters or less in 14 of them…started and won on 5/24 vs. Trois-Rivieres, striking out eight in 5.0 shutout innings…started and took no-decision on 5/29 vs. Quebec, allowing one earned run with eight strikeouts in 6.0 innings…started and took no-decision on 6/5 at Trois-Rivieres, allowing two earned runs and striking out six over 7.0 innings…started and won on 6/12 vs. Sussex County, allowing two earned runs and striking out eight in 6.0 innings…pitched first career complete game and first career shutout on 6/19 vs. Ottawa, striking out five over 7.0 innings…started and won on 7/5 at Rockland, allowing one earned run in 7.0 innings while striking out five…started and won on 7/13 vs. Quebec, allowing one earned run with five strikeouts in 6.0 innings…started and won on 7/31 vs. Rockland, allowing one earned run over 8.0 innings with four strikeouts…started and won on 8/11 at Sussex County, striking out four over 7.0 scoreless innings…helped Jackals win Can-Am League championship…made two postseason starts

2013
Helena (Pioneer/R/Milwaukee): 4-5 with one save and a 7.38 ERA for the Brewers in 15 games, 10 of them in relief…finished one game…57.1 innings pitched, allowing 66 hits, 29 walks, and nine home runs…struck out 53…pitched 5.0 relief innings allowing one earned run and striking out three on 6/23 vs. Billings…started and won on 6/28 at Billings, striking out five over 5.0 shutout innings…started and took no-decision on 7/14 vs. Ogden, striking out eight in 5.0 scoreless innings…pitched 3.0 shutout relief innings with four strikeouts on 7/20 at Ogden…helped Brewers reach the Pioneer League Championship Series

2012
Brewers (Arizona/R/Milwaukee): 0-3 with a 2.70 ERA for the Brewers’ Arizona League affiliate in seven games, four of them starts…finished one game…30.0 innings pitched, allowing 26 hits, 10 walks, and zero home runs…struck out 33…started and took no-decision on 8/16 at the Indians’ Arizona League affiliate, allowing one earned run over 5.0 innings with six strikeouts

Brewers (Dominican Summer/R/Milwaukee): 3-1 with a 1.39 ERA for the Brewers’ Dominican Summer League affiliate in eight games, all of them starts…45.1 innings pitched, allowing 37 hits, 11 walks, and one home run…struck out 51…allowed one or zero earned runs in seven of eight starts…walked two batters or less in seven of eight starts, and walked three batters or less in all of them…pitched at least 6.0 innings in six of eight starts…started and won on 6/19 vs. the Angels’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, striking out four over 7.0 shutout innings…started and won on 6/24 at the Angels’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, pitching 6.0 scoreless innings with two strikeouts…started and won on 6/30 vs. the Blue Jays’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing one earned run over 6.0 innings with 11 strikeouts…started and took the loss on 7/21 vs. the Angels’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing two unearned runs in 7.0 innings with eight strikeouts

2011
Brewers (Dominican Summer/R/Milwaukee): 1-1 with a 1.56 ERA for the Brewers’ Dominican Summer League affiliate in four games, two of them starts…finished one game…17.1 innings pitched, allowing 17 hits, three walks, and zero home runs…struck out 18…started and won on 8/6 vs. the Cardinals’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, pitching 5.0 shutout innings with six strikeouts…pitched 6.1 relief innings, allowing two earned runs and striking out five on 8/16 vs. the Astros’ Dominican Summer League affiliate…started and took the loss on 8/20 at the Astros’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing three unearned runs in 5.0 innings with six strikeouts…helped Brewers reach the Dominican Summer League playoffs…made one postseason relief appearance…pitched 1.0 shutout relief inning on 8/25 vs. the Orioles’ Dominican Summer League affiliate in Game Two of the Dominican Summer League playoffs’ opening round

2010
Brewers (Dominican Summer/R/Milwaukee): 1-3 with one save and a 2.50 ERA for the Brewers’ Dominican Summer League affiliate in nine games, seven of them starts…finished two games…39.2 innings pitched, allowing 31 hits, 16 walks, and one home run…struck out 42…allowed two or fewer earned runs in six of seven starts…pitched at least 5.0 innings in five of seven starts, including three starts of 7.0 innings or more…walked three batters or less in six of seven starts…made professional debut on 6/5 at the Mariners’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing two earned runs in 2.0 innings with three strikeouts during start while taking the loss…started and picked up first career win on 6/10 at the Athletics’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, striking out six in 7.0 shutout innings…picked up first career save on 6/26 vs. the Cardinals’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing one unearned run and striking out one in 1.1 innings…started and took the loss on 7/3 at the Mariners’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing two earned runs and striking out 10 over 7.0 innings…started and took no-decision on 7/10 at the Mariners’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing two earned runs and striking out seven in 7.1 innings…started and took no-decision on 7/19 vs. the Athletics’ Dominican Summer League affiliate, allowing one earned run in 5.0 innings while striking out eight

Rick Forney on Eduard Reyes: Eduard is a good starting pitcher that has had some success in the Can-Am League. He’s a strike-thrower, and I think he’ll be a nice addition to our rotation. He threw really well in that makeshift league in New Jersey last year, and in 2019, he won nine games and threw over 100.0 innings. He’s the kind of guy I’m hoping to be counting on to give us 20 starts, hopefully throw 120.0 innings, and give us a chance to win some ballgames.