Harold Reynolds is a lead analyst and sports commentator- who has garnered success for covering sports-related news for ESPN and MLB Network.
Harold comes from a poverty-stricken background, with his mother forced to work multiple jobs to provide food for Harold and his siblings. However, all the hard work of his mother, Lattie, became worthwhile after Harold established himself as an analyst for MLB Network in 2009.
Previously, Harold was a baseball player- who played for teams like Seattle Mariners (1983-1992), Baltimore Orioles (1993), and California Angels (1994).
Personal Life: Wife And Children
Harold has been married to Kelley Browne-Reynolds for several years now.
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The duo had tied the knot in Hawaii in July 2004.
Harold Reynolds and his wife, Kelley Browne-Reynolds at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on 5th March 2018 (Photo: Zimbio)
Together, the couple parents a daughter named Sophia Reynolds.
As per Celebrity Net Worth, Harold's total net worth is $7 million, which is fueled via his career as a commentator and a former baseball player.
Bio, Age, Family, And Education
Harold was born as Harold Craig Reynolds on 26th November 1960 in Eugene, Oregon.
He is the youngest among the eight children of his parents: father John and mother Lattie. His parents got divorced when he was just two years old, after which he was raised by his grandmother in Corvallis.
Harold has seven siblings named Sharon, Debbie, Donald, Larry, Ron, and Tim. His brother, Donald, is a former baseball player- who played two seasons for San Diego Padres.
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Harold graduated from Corvallis High School in 1979. Then, he attended the Canada College in Redwood City, California, United States.
Later, he matriculated at San Diego State University located in San Diego, California, United States.
Interesting Facts About Him:
- He stands at a height extending 5 feet and 11 inches (1.8 m).
- Harold was drafted by Seattle Mariners in 1979 in the second pick.
- Harold’s wife, Kelley, was the Look Of The Year Model for John Casablanca in 1989.
- Back in 2003, the former baseball player won the Sports Emmy for his work on Baseball Tonight on ESPN.
- Harold served in ESPN’s Baseball Tonight program as a lead analyst from 1996 to 2006. Also, he worked as an analyst for ESPN’s College World Series and Little League World Series. But, he was terminated in 2006 after getting accused of sexual harassment.
- After he got fired from ESPN, Harold was hired by MLB.com in July 2007.
- He is the only player other than the great Ricky Henderson to lead the American League (AL) in stolen bases during any season in the 1980s.
- During his 12 year career in baseball, Harold was honored with the two-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glove Award-winning second baseman.