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Harold Reynolds was born on the 26th November 1960, in Eugene, Oregon USA, and is a former professional baseballer, who played as a second baseman in the MLB for the Seattle Mariners (1983–1992), Baltimore Orioles (1993), and California Angels (1994). Harold made it to the All-Star game on two occasions (1987 and 1988), was an AL stolen base leader in 1987, and won three Golden Glove Awards from 1988 to 1990. Since his retirement, Reynolds has worked as an analyst for MLB Network and Fox Sports. His baseball career started in 1983 and ended in 1994.
Have you ever wondered how rich Harold Reynolds is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Reynolds’ net worth is as high as $7 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a professional baseball player. In addition to being one of the best second basemen in the MLB in the ‘80s, Reynolds now works as a television analyst, which has improved his wealth too.
Harold Reynolds Net Worth $7 Million
Harold Reynolds grew up in Corvallis, Oregon and went to Corvallis High School, where he starred in football and basketball as well as baseball. Reynolds’ team won the state football championship in 1978, and he was a member of local American Legion baseball team that won the regional and state titles in 1978. Later, he was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1998.
Although he was selected in the 6th round of the 1979 amateur draft by the San Diego Padres, Reynolds decided to play baseball at Cañada College in Redwood City, California. A year later, the Seattle Mariners selected him as the 2nd pick in the amateur draft, however, as usual with rookies, before his MLB debut in September 1983, Harold spent some time in minor leagues, playing for the Wausau Timbers in Wisconsin in 1981, Lynn Sailors in Massachusetts in 1982, and Salt Lake Gulls in Utah in 1983. He stayed with the Mariners until 1992 and earned two invitations to the All-Star game, in 1987 and 1988. In 1987, he was the American League stolen base leader with 60, the only player other than Rickey Henderson to win that title during the ‘80s.
From 1988 to 1990, Harold won three Golden Glove Awards, while in 1991, he won the Roberto Clemente Award, for his character and contributions to the community. He then spent a season with the Baltimore Orioles, and ended his pro career with the California Angels in 1994. After his baseball career, it wasn’t hard for Reynolds to find a job on television, and he served as a lead studio analyst on ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight” from 1996 to 2006, but ESPN fired him allegedly for sexual harassment, but after Harold had sued them, they agreed to a seven-figure settlement in April 2008, which increased Harold`s net worth by a large margin. Since then, he has worked on MLB Network and the MLB on Fox, where he joined the broadcast team in 2014. However, he was replaced for the 2016 season.
Regarding his personal life, Harold Reynolds married Kelley Browne-Reynolds in 2004. He has a brother, Don, who played baseball as an outfielder for the San Diego Padres.