After three seasons in the Mets minor league system catcher Ronn Reynolds finally made his Met debut on September 29, 1982. He started the game and went 0 for 2 before being removed for a pinch hitter. He would appear in just one more game in 1982 and finished the season 0 for 4. Reynolds started the 1983 season in the minors with the Tidewater Tides, the Mets top farm club, before being recalled at the end of April. He appeared in 24 games, 23 as the starting catcher, but hit only .197 in 66 plate appearances and was shipped back to Tidewater in the middle of June. He got his first hit on May 8th against the Cincinnati Reds. Reynolds finished out the season in Tidewater; in fact, he would not make another appearance with the Mets until 1985. After starting the season with Tidewater, playing in just three games, he was promoted to New York to be the backup catcher to Gary Carter. Although he spent the entire season with the Mets he appeared in only 28 games and batted just .209 in 43 at bats.
Following the season, the Mets traded Reynolds to the Philadelphia Phillies.
In 54 games for the Mets over three seasons Reynolds batted .195 with 3 RBIs
While with the Mets Reynolds wore number 8 in 1982 and 1983 and number 9 in 1985.
Ronn Reynolds also played for the following teams:
Philadelphia Phillies – 1986
Houston Astros – 1987
San Diego Padres – 1990