Filed under: Stream Complete Coverage of the St. Louis Cardinals' Mark Reynolds Signing Contributors: Ben Humphrey and Joe Schwarz Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Complete Coverage of the St. Louis Cardinals' Mark Reynolds Signing Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Cardinals needed a righthanded-hitting first base complement to Matt Adams who could hit with power, and that is the type of player they have signed. 5 Total Updates Since Dec 11, 2014, 1:55pm EST Follow this stream December 15, 2014 Mark Reynolds, Anti-Cardinal By Ben Humphrey Mark Reynolds represents the antithesis of the Cardinal (hitting) way. December 13, 2014 Free agents, playing time, & Mark Reynolds By Ben Humphrey Playing time is likely the main factor behind how the St. Louis Cardinals wound up signing Mark Reynolds. December 12, 2014 The roles of Mark Reynolds with 2015 Cardinals By Joe Schwarz@stlCupofJoe Mark Reynolds should have two roles with the 2015 Cardinals. If he proves to be unsuccessful at one or both of those roles, it should be easy enough for Mozeliak to move on from his $2 million base salary. December 12, 2014 Cards 40-man & payroll after free agent signings By Ben Humphrey DeWallet is open for business as the Cardinals' 2015 payroll continues to rise. December 11, 2014 Cardinals sign swing-and-miss king Mark Reynolds By Ben Humphrey The Cardinals needed a righthanded-hitting first base complement to Matt Adams who could hit with power, and that is the type of player they have signed.