Bryan Patrick Reynolds...Is a 2013 graduate of Brentwood (TN) High School, where he was a teammate of Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray...Was named first team All-State and District Player- of-the-Year as a senior...Played three years (2014-16) at Vanderbilt University, where he compiled a .329 average (260-for791), 58 doubles, nine triples, 22 home runs and 160 RBI in 206 career games...Played 21 games with the Orleans Firebirds in the 2015 Cape Cod League and hit .346 (28- for-81)...Was the 59th player chosen overall in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
Spent his first season in the Pirates organization with Double-A Altoona...Began season ranked by MLB.com as the sixth-best prospect in the system... Ranked fifth among Eastern League leaders in batting and fourth among Pittsburgh farmhands...Made 43 starts in center field, 42 in left field and three in right field... Was the Opening Day starter in right field...Played in four games before going on the disabled list on 4/10 with a left hamate fracture...Missed 42 games before being reinstated on 5/29...His first Double-A home run was a grand slam on 6/13 at Binghamton...Became the Curve's primary center field after Jason Martin's promotion to Triple-A on 6/28... Homered twice on 7/20 at Reading (game one)...Hit a three-run, walkoff homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth on 7/26 vs. Binghamton to lift Altoona to an 8-7 win...Batted .368 (14-for-38) during a nine-game hitting streak between 8/5-14...Hit .341 (44-for-129) over his last 33 games thru August and September and batted .418 (23-for55) in his final 14 contests...Produced a .325 (66-for-203) average and scored a league-high 40 runs in his 53 games following the All-Star break...Hit all seven of his home runs off right-handed pitchers...Played with Surprise during the Arizona Fall League and hit .188 (12-for-64) with five RBI in 18 games.
Spent entire season with San Jose (Giants' High-A), where he led the team in batting, total bases (227) and OPS (.826)...Was named to the California League mid-season All-Star team...Participated in the MLB Futures Game in Miami... Was also named an organizational All-Star by MiLB...Made 50 appearances (48 starts) in center field, 42 appearances (41 starts) in right field and 19 starts in left field...Produced a .365 (42-for115) average and two home runs against left-handed pitchers; hit .295 (111-for-376) with eight homers against righthanders...Hit .340 (34-for-100) in May, .322 (29-for-90) in June and .337 (32- for-95) in July...Fell a double shy of hitting for the cycle while collecting a season-high five RBI on 4/23 at Stockton...Had a five-hit game on 5/21 at Modesto...Hit safely in 17 straight games between 5/20 and 6/9, going 29-for-71 (.408) with 10 RBI... Produced a .334 batting average, 54 RBI and an .888 OPS in his last 85 games, dating back to 5/21...Was ranked by MLB.com as San Francisco's No. 4 prospect and No. 5 by Baseball America following the season.