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06/11/2007 6:52 PM ET
Former All-Star Reynolds joins MLB.com
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NEW YORK -- MLB Advanced Media, LP (MLBAM), the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, announced today that it has hired former Major League All-Star second baseman Harold Reynolds as a broadcaster for MLB.com.

"We are delighted to bring one of baseball's most respected analysts to our team," said Dinn Mann, executive vice president, content/editor-in-chief for MLB Advanced Media. "The addition of Harold to our staff of former players, including Jim Leyritz, John Marzano, Brian McRae and Billy Sample, further provides our audience with insights to the game that are unique to the digital space."

After the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Reynolds will appear five days per week at 2 p.m. ET to bring his unique viewpoint of the game directly to fans around the globe. Reynolds will also interact with fans via weekly online chats and through his blog, giving MLB.com users unprecedented, round-the-clock access to one of baseball's most knowledgeable and popular personalities.

"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."

Reynolds made his Major League debut in 1983 for Seattle and spent the first 10 years of his professional career with the Mariners. The Corvallis, Ore., native graduated from Corvallis High School and was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1998.

A three-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner and two-time All-Star, Reynolds was honored with the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award in 1991 for his outstanding contributions to the game, both on and off the field.

Prior to joining MLBAM, Reynolds was a studio analyst on ESPN's Baseball Tonight from 1996-2006 and also served as a commentator for the network's coverage of the College World Series and Little League World Series.

Reynolds will debut on Tuesday, June 12, at 2 p.m. ET, with a live one-hour interactive program. Fans and media are invited to e-mail the show at baseballchannel@mlb.com with questions or comments as Reynolds will answer them during the program.

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