Harold Reynolds

MLB Analyst

Harold Reynolds, a two-time American League All-Star, is a two-time Sports Emmy award-winning analyst. Reynolds also appears across MLB Network’s programming and during the offseason co-hosts Hot Stove alongside Matt Vasgersian. Reynolds was a game analyst alongside Tom Verducci and play-by-play announcer Joe Buck for the networks presentation of the All-Star Game and World Series in 2014 & 2015.

BEFORE FOX & MLB NETWORK

Prior to joining MLB Network at its 2009 launch, Reynolds served as a pregame and postgame analyst for TBS’ Sunday Afternoon MLB telecasts and the network’s coverage of the 2008 postseason. During this time, Reynolds also appeared on New York Mets’ pregame and postgame coverage on SportsNet New York and served as a commentator for MLB.com. From 1996 to 2006, Reynolds served as lead studio analyst for ESPN’s Baseball Tonight program, working on the network’s coverage of Sunday Night Baseball, the All-Star Game and postseason, including the World Series. He was an analyst for ESPN’s College World Series and Little League World Series.

ON THE FIELD

As a second baseman, Reynolds played professional baseball from 1983 to 1994, primarily for the Seattle Mariners.  A two-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glove Award-winning second baseman during his 12-year career, Reynolds played with the Seattle Mariners from 1983-1992, Baltimore Orioles in 1993 and the then-California Angels in 1994. He led the American League in stolen bases with 60 in 1987, in triples with 11 in 1988 and at-bats with 642 in 1990. He is the only player other than the great Ricky Henderson to lead the AL in stolen bases during any season in the 1980s. In 1991, Reynolds received the Roberto Clemente Award given annually to an MLB player selected for his character and charitable contributions to his community.

PERSONAL

Born Nov. 26, 1960, Reynolds was raised in Corvallis, Ore., where he graduated from Corvallis High School in 1979 and starred in football, basketball and baseball.  In 1998, he was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame.