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This date in Kernels alumni history – April 23, 1947 Allie Reynolds

On April 23, 1947, Allie Reynolds (Cedar Rapids Raiders 1940-41) pitched a complete game shutout against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. Reynolds struck out five batters while only allowing two hits as the Yankees won 3-0.

Allie Reynolds finished his 13 year career playing for the Indians and the Yankees with a 182-107 mark and tallied 49 saves and posting a 3.30 ERA.

Reynolds was part of the 1940 and 1941 Cedar Rapids Raiders teams. The 1940 Raiders squad finished 74-51. Cedar Rapids defeated Springfield (3-0) in the opening round and the topped Decatur (3-1) to win the Three-I League championship. Allie Reynolds posted a 12-7 record and a 3.59 ERA in 1940.

The 1941 Raiders finished 72-49 under manager Ollie Marquardt. Cedar Rapids defeated Springfield (3-1) in the opening round of the playoffs and then topped Decater (3-2) in a five game series for the Three-I League Championship. Allie Reynolds went 10-10 with a 4.63 ERA in 1941.

This date in Kernels alumni history – November 7, 1997

On November 7, 1997, Larry Rothschild (Cedar Rapids Reds pitching coach / Reds pitching instructor) was named the first manager of the expansion Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Rothschild had earned World Series rings with the Cincinnati Reds in 1990 (bullpen coach) and the Florida Marlins in 1997 (pitching coach). The Devil Rays compiled a 205-294 record under Rothschild from 1998-2001.

Rothschild served as the Chicago Cubs pitching coach from 2002-2009 before joining the New York Yankees as their pitching coach in 2010.

Rothschild was the pitching instructor for A and AA teams for the Cincinnati Reds in 1986 and 1987 before becoming the Reds minor league roving pitching instructor for the 1988 and 1989 seasons.

This date in Kernels alumni history – November 4, 2001 – The Final Post

This is the final installment of This Date in Kernels Alumni History. This is the latest game I can find with a Cedar Rapids alumni making an appearance. I believe it is the latest into the year a World Series has ran as well, but I won’t guarantee that without further research. Thanks for following along since April. On November 4, 2001, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 2-3 at the plate with a double as the New York Yankees fell to the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 in game seven of the 2001 World Series at Bank One Ballpark.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – November 1, 2001 – Paul O’Neill

On November 1, 2001, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 0-3 at the plate with two walks as the New York Yankees defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 in game five of the 2001 World Series at Yankee Stadium.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 31, 2001 – Paul O’Neill

On October 31, 2001, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 1-4 at the plate and scored a run as the New York Yankees defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-3 in game four of the 2001 World Series at Yankee Stadium.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 30, 2001 – Paul O’Neill

On October 30, 2001, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 2-4 at the plate and stole a base as the New York Yankees defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 in game three of the 2001 World Series at Yankee Stadium.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 28, 2001 – Reggie Sanders

On October 28, 2001, Reggie Sanders (Cedar Rapids Reds – 1990) went 1-3 at the plate and scored two runs as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the New York Yankees 4-0 in game two of the 2001 World Series.

Reggie Sanders hit .267 with 305 HR, 983 RBI and stole 304 bases during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Cincinnati Reds, San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals. Sanders played in three World Series (2001, 2002, and 2004). He was part of the Diamondbacks championship squad in 2001.

Reggie Sanders hit .285 with 17 HR and 63 RBI for the 1990 Cedar Rapids Reds. The 1990 Cedar Rapids Reds squad finished with a 88-46 record under manager Dave Miley. Quad Cities defeated them in the opening round of the MWL Playoffs.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 24, 2000 – Paul O’Neill

On October 24, 2000, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 3-4 at the plate with a double, a triple and a RBI as the New York Yankees fell to the New York Mets 4-2 in game three of the 2000 World Series at Shea Stadium.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 21, 1998 – Paul O’Neill

On October 21, 1998, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 2-5 at the plate and scored a run as the New York Yankees defeated the San Diego Padres 3-0 in the deciding game four as the Yankees completed the sweep in the 1998 World Series at Qualcomm Stadium.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

This date in Kernels alumni history – October 17, 2001 – Paul O’Neill

On October 17, 2001, Paul O’Neill (Cedar Rapids Reds– 1982) went 2-3 at the plate with a HR and two RBI as the New York Yankees defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-2 in game one of the 2001 American League Championship Series at Safeco Field.

Paul O’Neill hit .288 with 281 HR and 1269 RBI during his 17 year MLB career playing for the Reds and Yankees. He won the American League batting title in 1994 with a .359 batting average. O’Neill was selected to five All-Star teams and was a member of six World Series teams earning five championship rings.

Paul O’Neill hit .272 with 8 HR and 71 RBI in 116 games as the 1982 Cedar Rapids Reds finished 61-79 under manager Randy Davidson.

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