Notes from Cubs Minor League Camp

The official start of the 2009 minor league season begins in one week and the Chicago Cubs, like most teams, are in the process of finalizing rosters for each of their four full-season affiliates. A large part of that process is deciding on who to keep and who to let go.
April 2, 2009

Reynolds Becoming His Own Hitter

The son of a former major league infielder, Kyle Reynolds always knew he had the ability to play pro ball. But for Reynolds to take the biggest step forward in his pro career, it took an injury and over two weeks worth of missed playing time.
April 9, 2008

Fleita Speaks at Smokies' Luncheon

KODAK, Tenn. – Two of the Chicago Cubs' top prospects, outfielder Tyler Colvin and pitcher Jeff Samardzija, are expected to start the 2008 season with the Class AA Tennessee Smokies, along with a host of other talent – some new and some looking for redemption – Cubs Vice President of Player Personnel Oneri Fleita said.
January 23, 2008

Kyle Reynolds Promoted to Double-A

Infielder Kyle Reynolds was promoted to Double-A Tennessee late Wednesday night. The 23-year-old Reynolds batted .282 with a career-best 12 home runs and 44 RBIs with Class A Daytona this season.
July 25, 2007

Reynolds' Development Spurred

DAYTONA BEACH – As the son of a former major league hitter, Kyle Reynolds did not have to look very far for some friendly coaching advice when he decided to pursue his own professional baseball career.
July 20, 2007

Reynolds Has a "New" Position

Verstaile infielder Kyle Reynolds, the Cubs' sixth-round 2005 draft pick from Baylor, spent the first two weeks of the minor league season in Extended Spring Training where among other things, he focused on a relatively new infield position. (Windows Media Player recommended for listening.)
April 22, 2006

Q&A: Boise's Kyle Reynolds

Q&A with the Cubs' sixth round draft pick from 2005, Boise's Kyle Reynolds.
September 1, 2005