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July 9, 1991
Seattle Mariner second baseman Harold Reynolds was chosen to receive the Roberto Clemente Award for his outstanding community service.
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August 16, 2002 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The turmoil surrounding baseball's labor talks is nothing new to Harold Reynolds, who experienced the process as an All-Star second baseman for the Seattle Mariners during the 1980s and early '90s. Now Reynolds is seeing the negotiations from another perspective, chronicling them as an analyst for ESPN's "Baseball Tonight."
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October 6, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
It took three months longer than second baseman Harold Reynolds hoped, but he finally got his wish Wednesday when he was released by the Angels. Reynolds, exasperated by his lack of playing time during the season, repeatedly asked to be traded or released midway through the schedule. Reynolds, 33, batted .232 in 74 games and had 11 runs batted in. "We didn't see him coming back next year," Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi said.
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October 6, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
It took three months longer than second baseman Harold Reynolds hoped, but he finally got his wish Wednesday when he was released by the Angels. Reynolds, exasperated by his lack of playing time during the season, repeatedly asked to be traded or released midway through the schedule. Reynolds, 33, batted .232 in 74 games and had 11 runs batted in. "We didn't see him coming back next year," Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi said.
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July 8, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
Second baseman Harold Reynolds, exasperated by his reserve role, said he will ask General Manager Bill Bavasi to trade him, or possibly release him by the All-Star break. Reynolds, a two-time all-star and three-time Gold Glove winner, has started only three games since June 16. "It's very frustrating, especially when the team is losing and I know I can contribute," Reynolds said. "Everybody has a chance to win a job but me."
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December 12, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Benito Santiago, Harold Reynolds, Candy Maldonado and Juan Samuel agreed to terms with new teams as Wade Boggs got closer to making a deal. Santiago, an All-Star catcher for the San Diego Padres, agreed to terms with the Florida Marlins late Friday. The one-year deal is for $3.3 million, plus $500,000 in incentives. Second baseman Reynolds, a two-time All-Star, agreed on a $1.65-million, one-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, who released Bill Ripken. Reynolds, 32, has a .
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March 30, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harold Reynolds packed his bags and strolled 100 yards Tuesday morning, from the San Diego Padres' clubhouse to the visiting clubhouse, to greet his new teammates. It was a short way for Reynolds, but the Angels consider it a huge step, now convinced that they will be title contenders in the American League West. "I'm not sure if we could contend in any division in baseball," Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi said. "But believe me, I know we're good enough to contend in this one."
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August 16, 2002 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The turmoil surrounding baseball's labor talks is nothing new to Harold Reynolds, who experienced the process as an All-Star second baseman for the Seattle Mariners during the 1980s and early '90s. Now Reynolds is seeing the negotiations from another perspective, chronicling them as an analyst for ESPN's "Baseball Tonight."
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May 21, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Angel first baseman Jim Edmonds stood at home plate with pinch-runner Harold Reynolds on second base and two out in the bottom of the ninth with the score 6-6 Friday night. Kansas City reliever Mike Magnante delivered and so did Edmonds, sending a single into left field to score Reynolds for the winning run in a 7-6 Angel victory. Score another one for Marcel Lachemann, who is 2-0 as the Angels' new manager.
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July 16, 1994 | JOHN WEYLER
Harold Reynolds, who said a week ago he thought about retiring every day, said reports of the imminent end of his career were premature and blown out of proportion. "I'm just going to stay in my routine and try to stay positive," said Reynolds, who has been relegated to reserve status since the Angels moved Damion Easley to second base last month. Reynolds has made only one start in the last 15 games. "I just want to play," he said. "I like the guys here. I like the coaches here.
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May 21, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Angel first baseman Jim Edmonds stood at home plate with pinch-runner Harold Reynolds on second base and two out in the bottom of the ninth with the score 6-6 Friday night. Kansas City reliever Mike Magnante delivered and so did Edmonds, sending a single into left field to score Reynolds for the winning run in a 7-6 Angel victory. Score another one for Marcel Lachemann, who is 2-0 as the Angels' new manager.
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March 30, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harold Reynolds packed his bags and strolled 100 yards Tuesday morning, from the San Diego Padres' clubhouse to the visiting clubhouse, to greet his new teammates. It was a short way for Reynolds, but the Angels consider it a huge step, now convinced that they will be title contenders in the American League West. "I'm not sure if we could contend in any division in baseball," Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi said. "But believe me, I know we're good enough to contend in this one."
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December 12, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Benito Santiago, Harold Reynolds, Candy Maldonado and Juan Samuel agreed to terms with new teams as Wade Boggs got closer to making a deal. Santiago, an All-Star catcher for the San Diego Padres, agreed to terms with the Florida Marlins late Friday. The one-year deal is for $3.3 million, plus $500,000 in incentives. Second baseman Reynolds, a two-time All-Star, agreed on a $1.65-million, one-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, who released Bill Ripken. Reynolds, 32, has a .
SPORTS
July 9, 1991
Seattle Mariner second baseman Harold Reynolds was chosen to receive the Roberto Clemente Award for his outstanding community service.
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