Primarily a second baseman throughout his 12-year career, Reynolds has gone from turning double plays on the field to analyzing them on television. Reynolds spent 10 seasons with the Seattle Mariners, starting in 1983. In 1987 he led the American League with 60 stolen bases and added 31 doubles,
which earned him an All-Star selection. Reynolds made another All-Star team the following season, and also won the first of three consecutive Gold Glove awards. An elite fielder into the early 90’s, Reynolds appeared near or atop the leaderboard in assists, putouts, double plays turned and fewest errors among all second baseman.
After retiring in 1995, Reynolds became a lead studio analyst on ESPN’s Baseball Tonight for ten years before joining MLB.com in 2007. Since MLB Network launched in 2009, Reynolds has been a prominent figure, appearing on various programming as an analyst and broadcaster.
In 2012 Reynolds joined Fox Sports to work on its MLB on Fox pregame show and, following Tim McCarver’s retirement after the 2013 season, he joined Joe Buck and Tom Verducci to form the Network’s newest top broadcast team.
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