'Baseball Tonight' analyst Reynolds no longer at ESPN
BRISTOL, Conn. -- Harold Reynolds, a baseball analyst with ESPN since 1996, is no longer with the network, the company confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
ESPN offered no further comment.
Reynolds, a member of the "Baseball Tonight" team for 11 years, made his last appearance on the show Sunday night, ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz said Tuesday.
Reynolds, who played 12 major league seasons with the Mariners, Orioles and Angels, joined ESPN in 1996. In addition to his work on "Baseball Tonight," the former Gold Glove-winning second baseman also covered the College World Series and the Little League World Series for the network.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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