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Harold Reynolds
Corvallis, Oregon
Harold Reynolds joined his Boys Club baseball team for the clothes – “It was the only league in town that gave you a full baseball uniform,” he recalls. One of eight children, Reynolds attended Corvallis High School, where he excelled in baseball and football – as an All-State infielder as well as an All-State wide receiver and defensive back. After junior college, Reynolds was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 1980 June free-agent draft. The switch-hitting second baseman played fourteen seasons in the Major Leagues with Seattle, the California Angels and Baltimore Orioles. Since 1996, Reynolds has been a baseball analyst for ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight.”
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