Harold Reynolds Bio, Age, Height, MLB Network, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, and Wife

Harold Reynolds Bio, Wiki

Harold Reynolds is a three-time Sports Emmy Award-winning sportscaster, former professional baseball player, and current television sports commentator working for MLB Network, serving as a lead studio analyst. He has been working with this station since 2009.

Harold Reynolds Age

Reynolds is 62 years old as of 2023. He was born Harold Craig Reynolds in Eugene, Oregon on the 26th of November 1960.

Harold Reynolds Height/Measurements

Reynolds stands approximately 5 feet 11 inches (1. 8 ) and weighs around 74 kg.

Harold Reynolds Education

For his education, Harold went to Corvallis High School. After graduating, he attended college initially at San Diego State University prior to transferring to Cañada College in Redwood City, California.

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Harold Reynolds Career

Reynolds serves as a lead studio analyst appearing across MLB Network’s programming. He appears on the MLB Network’s special event coverage and Emmy Award-winning flagship studio show MLB Tonight throughout the year. During the offseason, Harold and Matt Vasgersian co-host the weekday morning show Hot Stove. He, who is a member of MLB Network’s original on-air talent roster at its launch in 2009, is a 3-time Sports Emmy Award winner in the Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst class for his work on MLB Network.

A two-time American League All-Star and 12-year MLB veteran, previously served as a studio analyst for TBS’ regular season and Postseason baseball coverage in 2008. In 2008, Reynolds also served as a studio analyst for New York Mets pre- and postgame coverage on SportsNet New York (SNY). Before contributing to SNY and TBS, Reynolds was a member of MLB.com’s baseball coverage in 2007. He commenced his broadcast profession at ESPN in 1996.

Reynolds commenced his professional job with the Seattle Mariners in 1983 and spent ten of his 12 Major League seasons with the club, making two All-Star teams (1987 and 1988) and winning three Gold Glove honors (1988-1990). Harold, who compiled 250 stolen bases during his profession, would finish his job with the Baltimore Orioles (1993) and California Angels (1994). He led the American League with sixty stolen bases in 1987 and is one of the Mariners’ top-10 career leaders in games played (4,593), at-bats (4,090), hits (1,063), triples (48), runs (543) and stolen bases (228). In 1991, Harold earned the Roberto Clemente Award for his philanthropic efforts and community service.

Harold Reynolds’ Net Worth

In Harold’s career as a sportscaster, he was able to amass a net worth between $ 3 Million and $ 7 million.

How Much Does Harold Reynold Earn?

Harold acquires annual earnings that range between $ 177, 765, and $ 261, 995.

Harold Reynold’s Parents and Siblings

Born in Eugene, Oregon, Harold was raised by parents in Corvallis. He is the son of Lettie (mother), 93, and his husband, Reynolds. Reynolds is also grateful to have seven siblings namely Larry Reynolds, Don Reynolds, Sharon, Debbie, Ron, and Tim. His brother, Larry Reynolds, currently a player agent, played baseball at Stanford University, while Don played two Major League seasons with the Padres in the late 1970s. It’s clear in his voice how much he cherishes the relationships with them.

Harold Reynold Wife

Reynold is married to Kelly Browne, a former model. The duo exchanged their marriage vows in 2004 which means they have been together for about 2 decades. He and his wife are proud parents of a daughter named Sophia who plays softball in Los Angeles

Harold Reynold MLB Network

Reynold works at MLB Network, where he works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as;

  1. Yonder Alonso
  2. Greg Amsinger
  3. Ruben Amaro, Jr.
  4. A.J. Andrews
  5. Alex Avila
  6. Ron Darling
  7. Ryan Dempster
  8. Mark DeRosa
  9. Robert Flores
  10. Cliff Floyd
  11. Peter Gammons
  12. Lauren Gardner
  13. Jon Heyman
  14. Brian Kenny
  15. Al Leiter
  16. Mike Lowell
  17. Keiana Martin
  18. Pedro Martinez
  19. Cameron Maybin
  20. Kevin Millar
  21. Jon Morosi
  22. Kelly Nash
  23. Melanie Newman
  24. Dan O’Dowd
  25. Jake Peavy
  26. Hunter Pence
  27. Carlos Peña
  28. Bo Porter
  29. Albert Pujols
  30. Alanna Rizzo
  31. Christopher Russo
  32. Siera Santos
  33. Xavier Scruggs
  34. Lauren Shehadi
  35. Joel Sherman
  36. Jim Thome
  37. Matt Vasgersian
  38. Adnan Virk
  39. Tom Verducci
  40. Chris Young
  41. Jayson Stark
  42. Dan Plesac
  43. Matt Yallof
  44. Bob Costas
  45. Bill Ripken

Harold Reynold Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Reynold is vocal on his social media accounts, where he posts often. On his Twitter account, he has about 169K Followers 74K followers on his Facebook page, and 45K followers, on his Instagram account.