Tommie Reynolds

1970 Topps

Reynolds played in 513 big league games over an eight-year span from 1963-1972. He came up with the Kansas City A’s and spent three years there before spending the 1966 season in the minor leagues. He played 101 games for the New York Mets in 1967, then rejoined the A’s, who were now in Oakland in 1968. He posted a career high in games played that year, getting into 107 of them and hitting .257, which was the best average he posted in any season during his career. Reynolds return to the A’s was short-lived, as he went to the California Angels the next season. He spent two years with the Halos, then finished his run with the Milwaukee Brewers. Following his playing career, Reynolds was a coach for the A’s and the St. Louis Cardinals.


Tommie Reynolds – career stats

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Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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