Tommy Reynolds was born in New York City and raised in Long Beach, Long Island, seven houses from the beach. He attended Chaminade High School and Manhattan College, where he was a sports writer and co-sports editor of the school newspaper, The Quadrangle, covering the Jaspers basketball, baseball, and crew teams. He is an active racquetball player, softball player, and umpire, currently residing in beau colic Mendham, N.J. with his three children.
In Miller Rounding Third, debut author Tommy Reynolds traces the twined paths of baseball and the United States through a multigenerational family saga. The Miller clan exudes hustle and grit, staring down challenges and swinging for the fences to rise from obscurity to unimagined heights of fame, wealth, and respect. Yet, for one young Miller scion, taking anything for granted can lead to a fall from grace and change his fortunes forever. As the Millers round third and head for home, a vista of endless possibility stretches out before them: there are no limits to the number of innings played, but it's how you play the game that determines the outcome.