Harold Reynolds Returns to Broadcasting

Fired ESPN analyst Harold Reynolds is returning to broadcasting this summer, joining MLB Advanced Media, LP’s MLB.com, appearing five days a week at 2pm to bring his views on baseball to fans worldwide.

Reynolds, a former second baseman for the Seattle Mariners, was dismissed from ESPN after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed for alleged inappropriate contact with a female intern. While at ESPN, Reynolds was a studio analyst for Baseball tonight, as well as a color commentator for the Little League World Series and College World Series.

I am grateful for the opportunity to work with the Major League Baseball family,” said Reynolds. “I look forward to being a part of the MLB.com team and taking full advantage of this chance to service baseball fans worldwide across Major League Baseball’s array of multimedia platforms.”

The inaugural show will air on Tuesday, June 12th at 2pm EST. Fans may email the show at baseballchannel@mlb.com with questions or comments for Reynolds, who will respond to them during the show.



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