Take a look at Mark Reynolds over the last month:
Last 28 days: .215/.340/.430; 5 2B; 4HR; 16BB/26K
Last 14 days: .250/.348./.570; 6BB/12K; 4 2B; 3HR; 2SB
Last 7 days: .267/.421/.667; 4BB/4K; 3 2B; HR
Reynolds is a threat when he is driving the ball and there has been concern that he has sacrificed power for selectivity, but if he can manage to remain somewhat selective and continue to drive the ball when he makes contact, we're cooking with gas. Perhaps his numbers over the last week are most encouraging, given that they have come at home and his numbers at OPACY have been sort of brutal this year. For those of you that care about such things, his season BABIP is an unbelievably low .235, but over the last 28 days it has been .265, which takes into account his .300 BABIP over the last week and a .280 BABIP over the last two.