Reynolds was good Triple-A pitcher who never did well in the majors. In 1972 he lost
12 consecutive games with the Phillies and finished 2-15. Those two wins were his
last in the majors.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»September 26, 1971:
Ernie Banks gets his 2,583rd hit, a first-inning single off the Phils Ken Reynolds, but the Cubs lose 5–1. It is the last hit of his 19-year ML career.
»August 20, 1972: Striking out 14, Don Wilson pitches the Astros to a 3–1 win over the Phils. Greg Luzinski accounts for the lone Quaker run with a homer. Still without a win this year, Ken Reynolds absorbs his 11th loss.
»August 25, 1972: Phillie Ken Reynolds ties a dubious National League record with his 12th straight losing decision from the start of the season after dropping a 6–1 decision to the Reds. Reynolds is knocked out in the 4th and loses to Don Gullett.