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Reynolds has interviewed some of the biggest names in baseball and beyond for MLB Network, including Derek Jeter, Torii Hunter, Ryan Howard, B.J. and Justin Upton, Hall of Famers Rickey Henderson and Jim Rice and President Bill Clinton.
In addition to his work on MLB Network, Reynolds regularly appears as analyst on Fox Saturday Baseball Pregame Show, which airs live from MLB Network's Studio 3.
Reynolds joined MLB.com in 2007 as a baseball commentator and in 2008 joined Mets pre- and post-game coverage on SNY as a baseball commentator. Reynolds also worked on TBS' Sunday Baseball MLB Playoff coverage in 2008.
From 1996 to 2006, Reynolds served as a studio analyst for ESPN's award-winning Baseball Tonight and provided commentary for the Little League and College World Series for ESPN and ABC Sports, culminating in a Sports Emmy Award for his ESPN work in 2003.
Reynolds debuted with the Mariners in 1983 and spent 10 of his 12 Major League seasons with the club, earning two All-Star berths and three Gold Glove awards at second. He would play a year each with the Orioles and Angels. Reynolds led the American League in steals in 1987 and is among the Seattle Mariners' career leaders in 10 offensive categories. Reynolds was a career .258 hitter with 21 home runs and 353 RBI in 1374 games.