Adinso Reyes
17-Year-Old Third Baseman3B
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$Signed a contract with the Tigers in July of 2018 that includes a $1.45 million signing bonus.
Inks $1.45 million deal with Tigers
3BDetroit Tigers  R
July 2, 2018
Reyes agreed to a $1.45 million deal with the Tigers on Monday.
Reyes was ranked as the No. 19 prospect from this year's July 2 international signing class by, but was only ranked No. 38 by Baseball America. His loud power from the right side is Reyes' carrying tool, and it should allow his bat to profile at third base, assuming he outgrows shortstop, which seems to be the consensus opinion. Evaluators diverge on his hit tool projection, as some think he will swing and miss a lot and struggle to hit for a palatable average, while others think he can get to his power while hitting above .250.
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