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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 21 August 2007 06:33

Harold ReynoldsA court date has been set in the case of former ESPN Baseball Tonight television personality, Harold Reynolds. Reynolds, the former Seattle Mariner player, is suing ESPN after claiming to be wrongfully terminated. As reported by Kerry Eggers of the Portland Tribune:

Reynolds is asking for up to $15 million for breach of contract, wrongful dismissal and defamation of character after the network dismissed him in July 2006 on sexual-harassment charges. The Corvallis native and former major league All-Star second baseman, who worked for ESPN for 11 years, will begin depositions next month.

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