CHRIS REYES


CLASS OF '94


YEAR OF INDUCTION: 2007



As a pitcher, Chris is unquestionably the schoolís top left-hander of all time. Reyes finished 28-1 with a 0.92 ERA, allowing just 115 hits while striking out 235 in 198 innings. At the plate, Reyes hit .461 for his career and had single season bests of a .579 batting average and a .886 slugging percentage. During his three varsity seasons, Steinert went 80-10, won a Group IV State title, two Central Jersey crowns, three Colonial Valley Conference championships and three Mercer County Tournament titles.

Reyes was the Trenton Timesí Player of the Decade for the 1990ís and was names 1994 District 2 Player of the Year, which encompassed seven stated. He went on to lead Potomac State College to an NJCAA World Series championship, earning World Series MVP honors.


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