January 4, 1947 |
|September 5, 1970, for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 30, 1976, for the San Diego Padres|
|Earned run average||4.46|
Kenneth Lee Reynolds (born January 4, 1947 in Trevose, Pennsylvania) was a baseball player with a six-year career in the MLB spanning the years 1970–1976, excluding 1974. He played for the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League, and the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, and San Diego Padres of the National League. He began his career as a starting pitcher and ended as a relief pitcher.
Reynolds had a good minor-league career, but failed to translate his success into the Major Leagues. He appeared in 103 games played, 51 as a starting pitcher and 52 in relief. In 375 2⁄3 innings pitched, he surrendered 370 hits and 196 bases on balls, with 197 strikeouts. He lost 12 straight decisions from the start of 1972, tying a National League record.
Reynolds taught project adventure at Marlborough (MA) High School. He is now retired.
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