Full name is Reymond Louis Fuentes...resides in Manati, Puerto Rico during the offseason...Cousin of former Royal and current New York Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran...Graduated from Callego High School in Manati, Puerto Rico.
Set career highs in games (64), at-bats (136), runs (19), triples (2), home runs (3) and RBI (9) in his first season with the D-backs...Batted .278/.350 OBP/.611 SLG (5-for-18) with 2 home runs and 6 RBI as a pinch hitter...his 2 pinch-hit home runs came on July 18 @ Reds and Sept. 8 vs. Padres...Belted his first career homer on June 18 @ Phillies in the 10th inning, making him the third D-back to hit his first Major League home run in extra innings to give the team the lead (also: Óscar Hernández on Aug. 10, 2016 @ Mets and Lyle Overbay on April 7, 2003 @ Dodgers)...On 10-day disabled list from July 19-Aug. 22 with a left thumb contusion...Selected from Triple-A Reno on May 15...in 34 games for the Aces, hit .376 with 8 doubles, 3 triples, 13 RBI, 8 walks and 9 stolen bases.
Spent most of the season at Triple-A Omaha...ranked seventh in the Pacific Coast League in stolen bases (29) and was tied for 10th in batting average (.308)...also tied for 17th in the league with 70 runs scored...Recorded a season-best seven total bases (three singles and one homer) on April 30 at Colorado Springs...Recalled by the Royals on April 17, but was optioned the next day and did not appear in a game...Played for Cangrejeros de Santurce in the Puerto Rican Winter League...batted .326 with four doubles, three triples and a homer.
Reymond split the season between El Paso (AAA) and San Antonio (AA), playing in a combined 88 games and hitting .294 with 15 doubles, five triples, five homers, 54 runs scored and 25 stolen bases...Got off to a slow start, batting just .198 (18-for-91) with 6 extra-base hits over his first 29 games...However, he batted .355 (54-for-152) with 9 doubles, 3 triples and a homer in 40 games from June 1 to July 26...Missed the final month of the season due to a right quad strain...Played for Cangrejeros de Santurce in the Puerto Rican Winter League, batting .243 with a .345 on-base percentage and 17 runs scored in 30 games.
Made his Major League debut for the Padres after playing the majority of the season with Double-A San Antonio...Selected from Triple-A Tucson on August 26 and made his big league debut that day with a start in center at Arizona, going 0-for-3...Collected his first hit with a single on September 1, 2013 at LAD, starting in CF…also stole his first base and scored his first run...Played for the World Team in the 2013 SiriusXM Futures Game...Against right-handed pitching in the minors, hit .336 (114-for-339)...batted .295 (18-for-61) against left-handers...Despite being promoted to Triple-A and the Majors, ranked among Texas League leaders in average (3rd, .316), stolen bases (T3rd, 29) and on-base percentage (4th, .396)...Named a Texas League post-season All-Star following the season.
Spent the entire campaign with Double-A San Antonio, playing in 136 games for the Missions...Finished the year with 35 stolen bases, the third-most in the Texas League...Rated as the fastest baserunner in the Padres organization by Baseball America prior to the start of the season.
Spent his first year with the Padres organization at Single-A Lake Elsinore, playing in 124 games and hitting .275 (140-for-510) with 41 stolen bases for the Storm...Named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com after the year… selected to play for the World Team in the 2011 Futures game...Finished the year tied for third in the California League in triples (nine) and fourth in stolen bases (41)...Named the No. 4 prospect in the Padres organization by Baseball America entering the season.
Played in 104 games for Single-A Greenville in the Red Sox organization, his first full professional season...Recorded 42 stolen bases on the year, the sixth most in the South Atlantic League.
In his first professional campaign, played in 40 games for the Red Sox Rookie-Level Gulf Coast League affiliate…hit .290 (42-for-145) with nine extra-base hits and nine stolen bases.