Greatest 21 Days
Born: Mar 26, 1968
The Louisiana native had pitched at the University of Texas before becoming the third-round choice of the Astros in 1989. With the team rebuilding, the young pitcher came up in 1992 and stayed for the rest of the decade, winning 103 games and losing 86 for Houston over 11 seasons while posting a 3.95 ERA, including 20 complete games and seven shutouts.
Along the way, Reynolds helped to win four division titles for the Astros and was named to one All-Star team (he didn't play). His 100th victory also clinched the division for the club in 2001.
Startled to be released by the Astros just before the 2003 season, he pitched with the Braves and Diamondbacks to complete his big league record at 114-96.