Bryan Reynolds Extends Hitting Streak to 14 Games

Bryan Reynolds went 2-for-2 with a home run and two walks during Wednesday’s loss to the Rockies. After getting a rest on Tuesday, Reynolds returned to the lineup and immediately extended his current hitting streak to 14 games courtesy of a first inning solo shot.

The Pirates outfielder currently has the longest active hitting streak in the majors.

The solid day wrapped up an outstanding month of June for Bryan Reynolds. All told, he collected 35 hits and 21 RBIs across 93 at-bats in June. On the year, he is slashing an impressive .316/.405/.542.

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