Jerry Reuss pitched in the Major Leagues for 22 years He played for eight teams which included the St. Louis Cardinals, the Astros, the Pirates, the Dodgers, the Reds, the Angels, the White Sox, the Brewers and finished with the Pirates. He won 220 games, threw a no-hitter, played in two All-Star games and pitched in the World Series for the Dodgers.
Since his retirement as an active player, he has worked in broadcasting as a color analyst for ESPN, the Anaheim Angels and since 2006, Jerry has been in the major leagues working radio and TV for the Dodger broadcasts east of Colorado. Based in Las Vegas, Jerry has done radio and television work (analyst and play by play) for the Las Vegas Stars (now 51’s) in the Pacific Coast League.
Jerry briefly returned to uniform in 2000 as a 2A pitching coach for the Montreal Expos in Harrisburg, PA. The Cubs hired him as their 3A pitching coach in Des Moines, IA for 2001-2003 seasons. In 2004, he was the 2A pitching coach for the Mets in Binghamton, NY.
Jerry's hobbies include collecting baseball books and compact discs. He co-authored a book with Record Research owner Joel Whitburn entitled "Top Pop Guide To Singles On Compact Disc 1955-1979". He is also a live-action baseball photographer whose work has appeared in magazines and Upper Deck baseball cards.