NEW YORK (AP) -Fired by ESPN last year, former major leaguer Harold Reynolds was hired as a broadcaster by MLB.com.
Reynolds sued ESPN in October, contending he was wrongly fired from a $6 million, six-year contract after a female intern complained about what he called a ``brief and innocuous'' hug. He had been with the network since 1996.
Reynolds was to make his MLB.com debut Tuesday and will be on site following the All-Star break five times each week at 2 p.m. EDT. Other former players on MLB.com include Billy Sample, Jim Leyritz, Brian McRae and John Marzano.

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