I have noticed ESPN pushing Buster Onley down our throats. I was going to make a similar thread about him.
Personally, I don't think Reynolds does enough leg work to ever be considered an equal to gammons. A lot of his analysis relies on his playing experience. I rarely see him outside of the studio, talking to players and visiting clubhouses the way Gammons and other writers do. He knows the game, But there has abeen a few times where he made some "common sense" statments that simple weren't true. Things that sound good to a general baseball fan, but is obviously wrong to a fan of the team he was talking about.
I like his presence and commentary, but he is what he is. A desk JOCKey.