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9 months agoSt. Louis Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes (elbow, lat) had a light mound session to work on his mechanics on Tuesday during the team's instructional league in Florida. “Alex has continued steady progress with his throwing progression,” general manager John Mozeliak shared in an email after Reyes’ workout. “He is utilizing our ‘Pitching and Performance Staff’ at the Jupiter complex for supervision of his training programs. He is currently long tossing without limitation and beginning to practice his pitching mechanics. (He) will likely start mound progression in the next one to two weeks.” Reyes' program will be specialized in spring training and the team is still deciding on whether they can "put out foot on the gas" with him in 2019. The former top prospect threw just four innings last year before dealing with shoulder issues after missing all of 2017 due to Tommy John surgery. The right-hander could serve as a starter, long reliever or late-inning reliever this year if he's healthy, but one thing that is certain is that he has a ton of upside if he's in the starting rotation. His spring will give us a better idea of how the Cardinals plan to use him, but Reyes is certainly worth a look in the later rounds of drafts for his upside alone. He should be stashed in most dynasty/keeper setups.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Derrick Goold

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