Well, it only took almost a freaking year, but you're never gonna believe who finally has a new job, folks.
That's right: Your friend and ours, Mr. Harold Reynolds, out of a job since being fired by ESPN for now "official" reason in July, has been hired by MLB.com to work as a broadcaster. Here's the official press release.
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."
Wow, that's all Harold, all the time: Five days a week! We would ask ESPN their view on this ... but, as we all know, they refuse to admit Harold ever existed. Well, other than to respond to his lawsuits.
Welcome back, Harold. We're glad to have you. Just to be safe, though ... we think you know which restaurant chains to avoid.