"It was bound to happen at some point," he said. "It's obviously disappointing, it cost us the game, but I have to move on, pick up the pieces and start a new one."
One of Reynolds' teammates believes the southpaw will do just that and bounce back from the one poor outing of his season.
"Just because he gave up a run doesn't mean he's not going to put up another 15 innings scoreless," D-backs closer Heath Bell said. "He's definitely going to be a great part of this bullpen. Sometimes you have to tip your cap to the other team."
Even with the pair of runs he surrendered Sunday, Reynolds' ERA is still a miniscule 0.96.
Tyler Emerick is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.