Mark Reynolds is the last member of the infield up for projections (although J.J. Hardy didn't get many responses, show him some love if you haven't already submitted projections).
Mark Reynolds has led the National League in strikeouts the last three years. I'll take it over double plays, but it's still a little silly to look at, as is his .198 batting average last year (BABIP of .257, ouch). In case you were wondering the most strikeouts by an Oriole in a season, it's 160 in 1990 by Mickey Tettleton. It seems a safe bet that Reynolds will blow past that in 2011.
Here are Reynolds stats for the past three seasons: