Mark Reynolds is 1-for-18 in pinch hitting appearances.
However, he has not done well in that area.
If you check out his game logs on Baseball Reference, you can see that the first (and only) time he was successful at pinch hitting was all the way back on April 8th at Coors Field against the Braves, when he hit a 2-run home run. That was during the Rockies first homestand.
Since then, he is 0-for-16 with 3 walks, including Sunday’s pinch-hit walk that he had in the 9th inning, when the Rockies had the bases loaded via 3 walks, which was followed by a Tony Wolters sac fly that sent Rockies fans home happy.
Considering that his main job is pinch hitting, you need to see a bit more success with it than Reynolds has had. I’d expect it to be lower than most averages since you’re coming of the bench after not swinging a bat for 2 or 2.5 hours but an .055 batting average is way worse than you should expect.
However, that is not as ugly as the next number we have for you.