About Harold Reynolds
Harold Reynolds made his Major League debut in 1983 for Seattle and spent the first 10 years of his professional career with the Mariners. The Corvallis, Oregon native graduated from Corvallis High School and was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1998. A three-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner and two-time All-Star, Reynolds was honored with the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award in 1991 for his outstanding contributions to the game, both on and off the field. From ?96-?06, Reynolds served as an ESPN studio analyst for Baseball Tonight and provided analysis for the Little League Baseball World Series and College Baseball World Series for ESPN and ABC Sports. He won a Sports Emmy Award for his work at ESPN in 2003. Reynolds joined MLB.com in 2007 and joined New York Mets pre-game and post-game coverage on SportsNet New York as a baseball commentator in 2008. Reynolds also worked with TBS on their Sunday Baseball telecasts, as well as for their coverage of the 2008 MLB Playoffs. Currently, he is a studio analyst for MLB Network.