Harold Reynolds, a two-time American League All-Star and 12-year MLB veteran, is a two-time Sports Emmy Award-winning analyst. Mr. Reynolds, earned his first Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality -- Studio Analyst in 2014 after receiving four consecutive nominations in the category. Reynolds won his second Sports Emmy Award in the same category in 2015.
Harold began his professional career with the Seattle Mariners in 1983 and spent 10 of his 12 Major League seasons with the club, making two All-Star teams (1987, 1988) and winning three Gold Glove awards (1988, 1989, 1990).
Reynolds, who compiled 250 stolen bases during his career, would finish his career with the Baltimore Orioles (1993) and California Angels (1994). Reynolds led the American League with 60 stolen bases in 1987 and is among the Mariners' top 10 career leaders in games played (4593), at-bats (4090), runs (543), hits (1063), triples (48) and stolen bases (228).
In 1991 Reynolds received the Roberto Clemente Award for his community service and philanthropic efforts. He can currently be seen on MLB Network.
Abdul was trained by the legendary coach Vincent Smith older brother of TNT analysts and NBA Champ Kenny Smith. He obtained a full scholarship to prestigious prep school Berkshire School. He received varsity letters in Cross Country, Track and Field and Men’s Basketball. He was named first team all New England and lead the mens’s basketball to a New England Championship his senior year. Abdul attended St. Peter’s College and after a successful freshman campaign transferred to the University of Rhode Island. He was named 2nd Team All Atlantic Ten conference leading the Running Rams in scoring his junior and senior year making appearances in the NIT and NCAA tournament. Voted by Dick Vitale as the nations top 15 small forwards in the country. Mr. Fox was drafted in the in the CBA by the Pittsburgh Piranhas.
Free Agent of the Denver Nuggets 94 Free Agent of the Chicago Bulls 96 European/International League: Italy, France, Spain, Cyprus, Israel, Switzerland, Venezuela, Taiwan, Dominican Republic and Turkey.
Allen Kenneth Watson is a high school baseball coach and former left-handed starting pitcher in professional baseball. He is a graduate of Christ The King Regional High School in Flushing, New York and attended New York Institute of Technology. Mr Watson earned 2 World Series Rings as a member of the New York Yankees.
DJ Mad Linx, is a DJ, TV and Radio Host, Producer, Voice Actor, Influencer, Event Host, and Brand Ambassador. Well known at celebrity events, Miami’s hottest nightclubs, sporting events, and charity soiree’s, Linx has hosted shows on BET, Fuse TV, Miami’s Power 96, and the Tennis Channel. In addition to his regular appearances, Linx has been the DJ at the Billboard Music Awards after party, and Grammy Awards gifting suite. In 2017, Mad Linx became tour DJ for R&B star Mario. DJ Mad Linx is not just a DJ, he is a World Class Performer.
Ric Donaldson has 20 years of fitness training and sports performance coaching. Specializing in speed development for athletes youth to professional.
B.S. in Exercise Science. NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. NSCA Certified Personal Trainer.
He was one of the strength and conditioning coaches on the 2015 PSAL Football City Championship team at Grand Street Campus High School. They graduated over 15 student athletes to enroll in collegiate football programs in the country.