The second season of Calgary Cannons baseball at Foothills Stadium featured some good talent.
But the team couldn’t replicate the success they had their first year.
The baseball cards created for them, however, allow fans to reminisce about some of the future MLB players who donned the red, yellow and white.
Read More In The Cards: 1986 Calgary Cannons
He’s now a familiar voice on baseball broadcasts and a frequently seen face on MLB Network programming, but long before Harold Reynolds made a name for himself on TV he was another ball player trying to crack a major-league roster.
A second overall selection of the Seattle Mariners on June 3rd of the 1980 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft, Reynolds made his big-league debut in 1983. The second baseman bounced between the Triple-A and MLB levels for the next four seasons before becoming a fixture in Seattle.
One of his big stops along the way was with the Calgary Cannons of the Pacific Coast League, where he played 52 games in their inaugural 1985 season and another 29 games in 1986. The two-time American League (AL) All Star and three-time Gold Glove award winner made time for us to chat about his time in Cowtown, how he ended up in the broadcast booth and the time he was almost traded to the San Francisco Giants …
Read More Q&A with Harold Reynolds