Wednesday, January 2, 2019

1990 Topps Minis #34: Harold Reynolds

We're back again, getting 2019 underway with another card from the 1990 Topps Mini League Leaders set.  We started on the Mariners last time with Alvin Davis, and we're still in Seattle now with card #34, Harold Reynolds.
#34, Harold Reynolds.
Reynolds was born in Eugene, Oregon, and went to high school in Corvallis, Oregon, the homes of the two flagship state schools out there, University of Oregon and Oregon State University, respectively; Reynolds went to college in California, though.  In his MLB career from 1983 through 1994, he made 2 All-Star teams, won 3 Gold Gloves, and also won the Roberto Clemente Award.
Harold Reynolds card back.
Reynolds made his way into the league leaders set by tying for 4th in the AL in triples with 9.  He made a tie for 8th in runs with 87 and placed 9th in hits with 184.

Thanks for reading!  Next up is #35, Mariners reliever Mike Schooler.

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