Mark Reynolds

3rd Base Age: 32 Exp: 7.138 Years
College: Virginia Agent(s): Jeff Borris (Beverly Hills Sports Council)
  • Current Contract

    Mark Reynolds signed a 1 year / $2,600,000 contract with the Colorado Rockies, including $2,600,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $2,600,000. In 2016, Reynolds will earn a base salary of $2,600,000. Reynolds has a cap hit of $2,600,000.

    Contract: 1 yr(s) / $2,600,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $2,600,000
    Free Agent: 2017 / UFA
    Year   Age Status Base Salary Total Salary
    2016 Contract details by year 32 $2,600,000 $2,600,000
    2017 Free Agent Year 33 UFA  

    Previous Contracts

    2015-2015

    Contract: 1 yr(s) / $2,000,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $2,000,000
    Free Agent: 2016 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Total Salary
    2015 Contract details by year 31 $2,000,000 $2,000,000
    • 250,350,450,500 PA: $200,000 each
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  • Estimated Career Earnings

    Year Team Salary Signing Bonus Incentive Total Cash
    2007 Player Cash Earnings $380,000 - - $380,000
    2008 Player Cash Earnings $396,500 - - $396,500
    2009 Player Cash Earnings $422,500 - - $422,500
    2010 Player Cash Earnings $500,000 $1,000,000 - $1,500,000
    2011 Player Cash Earnings $5,333,333 - - $5,333,333
    2012 Player Cash Earnings $7,500,000 - - $7,500,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $500,000 - - $500,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $6,000,000 - - $6,000,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $490,000 - - $490,000
    2014 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 - - $2,000,000
    2015 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 - - $2,000,000
    Est. Earnings (9 seasons) $25,522,333 $1,000,000 - $26,522,333
    2016 Player Cash Earnings $2,600,000 - - $2,600,000
    $28,122,333 $1,000,000 - $29,122,333
    * denotes deferred payment
  • 2016 Player Rankings

    A visual look at how Mark Reynolds ranks across the league, conference, division, and team.

     

    Cap Hit ($2,600,000) Rank
    MLB: #356
    Colorado Rockies: #13
    3rd Base: #19

    Total Cash ($2,600,000) Rank
    MLB: #380
    3rd Base: #20

    Average Annual ($2,600,000) Rank
    MLB: #366
    3rd Base: #19
  • Statistics

    Season Team GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SB K AVG OBP SLG OPS
    2015 STL 140 97 382 35 88 21 2 13 48 44 2 121 .230 .315 .398 .713
    2014 MIL 130 102 378 47 74 9 0 22 45 47 5 122 .196 .287 .394 .681
    2013 NYY 135 123 445 55 98 14 0 21 67 51 3 154 .220 .306 .393 .699
    2012 BAL 135 132 457 65 101 26 0 23 69 73 1 159 .221 .335 .429 .764
    2011 BAL 155 154 534 84 118 27 1 37 86 75 6 196 .221 .323 .483 .806
    2010 ARI 141 137 484 78 97 17 2 31 83 80 7 205 .200 .322 .436 .758
    2009 ARI 150 148 565 95 147 29 1 39 100 71 17 215 .260 .346 .522 .868
    2008 ARI 149 146 528 85 128 26 3 28 97 63 11 198 .242 .323 .462 .785
  • Calculated Market Value

    Market Value

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    • MLB Rank: 0

    Current Contract

    • Free Agent:
    • Avg. Salary: -
    • MLB Rank: 0

    Comparable Players

    We've selected the following players based on their age, contract status, and statistical production to compare Mark Reynolds to.

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    Base Calculated Value

    After adjusting the above contracts as if signed at Reynolds's current age (32), a linear regression is performed, providing us with the following initial value.

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    Statistical Comparisons

    Now we'll compare our variables and Reynolds statistically over the two seasons prior to their signing. In this case we're analyzing:

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    Mark Reynolds's Calculated Market Value

    After applying our Prime % figures into our base calculated value, we're given two values. The average of these values becomes our market value.

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