Reynolds was a hard-hitting outfielder who topped .300 six times in a checkered career. His best season was 1930 with the White Sox, when he finished third in the AL at .359, with 22 homers and 100 RBI. Three of his homers came in consecutive at-bats (5/2/30) at Yankee Stadium. He was slowed by leg injuries the next year. White Sox Manager Donie Bush considered him temperamental and traded him to the Senators. He was traded twice more after the next two seasons and returned to the Senators in 1936. After hitting only .276 as a part-timer, he was sent to the minors. A big year at Minneapolis (.355) won him a promotion to the Cubs before the 1937 season ended. He hit .302, his career average, for the Cub pennant-winners of 1938.