Fox is reportedly removing Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci from the network’s MLB booth. John Smoltz will be Joe Buck’s new partner. [New York Daily News]
Yu Darvish's perfect game bid tonight against the Red Sox was spoiled by a seventh-inning blunder by his fielders that, in any other ballpark, would have been ruled a hit.
As Yasiel Puig and Josh Hamilton recently found out, sliding into first base is a dumb idea. It is, first, a good way to get hurt, and also everyone knows that it doesn't get you to the bag any faster, because the gains you make by getting closer to the bag are canceled out by negative acceleration and friction. What…
The fun starts 25 seconds in, when Harold Reynolds takes to a stool on MLB Net's giant Secaucus field of dreams. Byrnes is there to explain what Rockies left fielder Charlie Blackmon should have done to the nuisances in the Cubs bullpen who obstructed him on a pop-up. Reynolds is his prop. Byrnes blindsides him like
We still don't know who's telling the whole truth: the drunk kid who allegedly barged into Harold Reynolds' hotel room, or the MLB analyst. To help add detail, one former ESPN employee shares his HR experience from Disney World 1999.
Yesterday we published a somewhat ridiculous Spring Break story from a reader named Kevin that featured an odd cameo from MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds. Shockingly, Reynolds claims the story is bogus.
In 1999, Kevin and a group of friends spent their Spring Break in Orlando, for reasons that surpasseth all understanding. ESPN's Harold Reynolds was there, too. Slapstick ensued. Here is Kevin's story:
So the much ballyhooed MLB Network invades the airwaves on January 1st and has set up permanent residence in Secaucus, N.J., home to the most depressing stop on the Northeast Corridor Line of New Jersey Transit and what was once considered the stinkiest place in America.
Has it really been two years since Harold Reynolds was jettisoned from the ESPN Star Destroyer? It's been a long, strange trip over that span — including many skirmishes with the WWL, and a coveted Deadspin SHOTY nomination with us — but now our man is finally back on national TV. TBS brought him on board as a studio…
It might seem strange to imagine now, but for about three days back in July 2006, the words "Harold Reynolds" were the most commonly searched terms on the Web. This was back during the time that ESPN would pretend the world didn't deserve to know about its personnel issues, before they showed the sure hand of public…
You can be forgiven if you have forgotten about Harold Reynolds' lawsuit against ESPN. How could you not? The case has been going on for two-and-a-half years. And on, and on, and on it goes.
On his radio show Friday, ESPN fella Dan LeBatard, because he's out in Miami and apparently no one in Bristol listens out there, had a few choice words to say about the Woody Paige, "Cold Pizza" sexual harassment case. He called ESPN "filled with sexual harassment" and said "it's actually funny." And we agree: It is!
Friday afternoon, we accepted an invitation to MLB.com's offices in Manhattan for an interview with ... Harold Reynolds. This is the first SHOTY nominee we've interviewed — save for the imaginary conversations with Barbaro that go on in our head every day — and we talked for about an hour on a variety of topics, most…
Well, it only took almost a freaking year, but you're never gonna believe who finally has a new job, folks.