Friday, September 21, 2007
posted by Grizzly Adam at 9:26 AM | Permalink
Harold Reynolds
Harold Reynolds, 1988 Topps


Bats: Switch
Throws: Right
Debut: 9/2/83
Final Game: 8/7/94

Career Line: .258/.327/.341

The number 2 overall pick in the 1980 Amateur draft, Harold Reynolds was the definition of a mediocre singles hitter. In his 12 year career he totaled 1,233 hits. 929 of those hits were singles. In 1989 he had a career high of 184 hits. 151 of those hits were singles. He was known for his defense, much more so than for his bat. He won 3 Gold Glove awards, and ended his career with a fielding percentage of .979 while playing second base.

After a long career with ESPN as a broadcaster and analyst, HR now writes a column for MLB.com.