Allie Reynolds

Allie Reynolds New York Yankees
Birthdate 02/10/1917
Death Date 12/26/1994
Debut Year 1942
Year of Induction
Teams Indians, Yankees
Position Pitcher

Six times an All Star and World Series champion, Allie Reynolds has appeared on the Veterans Committee ballot multiple times to no avail.

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Allie Reynolds was an All Star and World Series champion in six seasons

Allie Reynolds was an All Star and World Series champion in six seasons

Known for his time in New York, Allie Reynolds started his career in Cleveland. While with the Indians he pitched in 139 games, starting 100 and finishing 27. Early evidence of his versatility is demonstrated by his 41 complete games, 9 shutouts and 8 saves.
The first of Allie Reynolds' All Star appearances came in 1949

The first of Allie Reynolds' All Star appearances came in 1949

Allie Reynolds was a solid if unspectacular pitcher in his first four full big league seasons with the Indians. The right-hander was barely over the break-even mark with a 51-47 record. In October of ’46, Cleveland shipped him to New York in exchange for Yankee second baseman Joe Gordon. That&
Government postcards give context to when and where the piece was signed

Government postcards give context to when and where the piece was signed

Shown here is the back of the postcard autographed by Allie Reynolds. Such pieces lend great context to where and when they were signed. Notice the postmark from the Yankees spring training city of St. Petersburg, Florida on March 26, 1949. Reynolds was
Allie Reynolds was at his best in the World Series

Allie Reynolds was at his best in the World Series

Allie Reynolds had an outstanding 13-year big league career that included six All Star campaigns and six World Series titles. As as custom at the time, Reynolds was called “Chief” because of his Native American Creek ancestry. His nickname “Super Chief” is a combination of th
In 2009, Reynolds fell one vote shy of election to Cooperstown

In 2009, Reynolds fell one vote shy of election to Cooperstown

After waiting the required 5 years since hanging up his spikes, Allie Reynolds appeared on the Hall of Fame ballot. The writers gave him as much as 33.6% of the vote in 1968. That year he finished ahead of future Cooperstown men Arky Vaughan, Pee Wee Reese, Phil Rizzuto, George Kell, Hal Newhouser,

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