Allie Pierce Reynolds (February 10, 1917 – December 26, 1994) was an American Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher.Reynolds pitched 13-years for the Cleveland Indians (1942–46) and New York Yankees (1947–54).A member of the Creek nation, Reynolds was nicknamed "Superchief".
Henry Iba, baseball coach of the Oklahoma A&M baseball team, discovered Reynolds while he was practicing his javelin throws.
After excelling at baseball and American football at Oklahoma A&M, Reynolds turned to professional baseball.
During his MLB career, Reynolds had a 182–107 win–loss record, 3.30 earned run average, and 1,423 strikeouts.
He was an All-Star and World Series champion for six seasons.
In 1951, he won the Hickok Belt as the top American professional athlete of the year.