Harold Reynolds

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Birthdate 11/26/1960
Death Date
Debut Year 1983
Year of Induction
Teams Angels, Mariners, Orioles
Positions Announcer, Second Base

Harold Reynolds led the American League in stolen bases in 1987, the only year of the decade that Rickey Henderson wasn’t the league leader.

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Harold Reynolds played a dozen big league seasons before moving to the broadcast booth

Harold Reynolds played a dozen big league seasons before moving to the broadcast booth

Most know Harold Reynolds today for his work on MLB Network. A knowledgeable and insightful analyst, Reynolds draws upon the experiences of his twelve-year big league career. The second overall pick in the 1980 draft, Reynolds made his big league debut as a September call up in 1983. He became the M
Harold Reynolds stole a career-high 60 stolen bases for the Seattle Mariners in 1987

Harold Reynolds stole a career-high 60 stolen bases for the Seattle Mariners in 1987

Rickey Henderson led the American League in stolen bases every year but one in the 1980s. In the years he did lead the league, save the ’81 strike-shortened year, Henderson averaged more than 92 steals a season. In 1987 injuries limited Henderson to just 95 games. That season a career-high 60

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