Harold Reynolds is an American baseball analyst and retired professional baseball player who has a net worth of seven million. Harold Reynolds was created in Eugene, Oregon in November 1960. Reynolds was a second baseman who batted switch and threw right handed. At Corvallis High School he had baseball, basketball, and football. He won a State Championship as part of the football team. Reynolds was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1998. He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 1979 but joined the Canada College Colts group instead. He was drafted #2 overall by the Seattle Mariners in 1980 and signed with them after one season with Canada College. He was inducted into the Canada College Hall of Fame in 2013. Harold made his Major League Baseball debut in 1993 for the Seattle Mariners. He had with the Mariners until 1992. He signed with the Baltimore Orioles where he had in 1993 before becoming traded on the California Angels for the last season of his in 1994. Throughout the career Reynolds of his was a 2 time MLB All Star. He picked up Gold Glove Awards through 1988 to 1990. He also got the Roberto Clemente Award in 1991 and was the American League stolen base champion in 1987. He worked for ESPN on Baseball Tonight from 1996 unless 2006 unless he was fired for what was called sexual harassment. He planned to sue ESPN although the situation was settled in 2008. He joined the MLB Network in 2009 and Fox Sports in 2012.
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