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The Cincinnati Reds are a Major League Baseball team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Reds are in the Central Division of the National League. Get your Reds tickets from Tickets To Go for the widest selection of Reds seats.

        The original Cincinnati Red Stockings, baseball's first openly all-professional team, were founded in 1867, turning professional in 1869. The Red Stockings won 130 games in a row between 1869 & 1870, before the Brooklyn Atlantics defeated them. Early stars for the Reds included the Wrights, George and Harry, and catcher, Cassius Emmons. The Red Stockings disbanded after the 1870 season, but reconstituted to become a charter member of the National League in 1876. The team was expelled from the league after the 1880 season, in part for violating league rules by serving beer to fans at games.
  In 1970, little known George "Sparky" Anderson was hired as manager, and the Reds embarked upon a decade of excellence, with a team that came to be known as "The Big Red Machine". Playing in brand-new Riverfront Stadium, a 52,000 seat multi-purpose venue on the shores of the Ohio River, the Reds began the 1970s with a bang by winning 70 of their first 100 games. Riverfront Stadium was demolished in 2002 and ended an era marked by three world championships. The Great American Ball Park opened in 2003 with high expectations for a team led by local favorites.
 In 2006, a new era in Reds baseball began as Robert Castinelli took over as owner, assuming control of the Reds team from Carl Linder. Castinelli promptly fired general manager Dan O'Brien. Wayne Krivsky, previously an assistant General Manager with the Minnesota Twins, was appointed as the General Manager of the Reds after a protracted search. For Opening Day 2006, President George W. Bush threw out the Reds ceremonial first pitch, becoming the first president to throw out the first pitch at a Reds game.

Reds Single-season leaders (through 2006)

Reds Batting

  • Average: Cy Seymour, .377 (1905)
  • On-base percentage: Joe Morgan, .466 (1975)
  • Slugging Percentage: Ted Kluszewski, .642 (1954)
  • OPS: Ted Kluszewski, 1.049 (1954)
  • At Bats: Pete Rose, 680 (1973)
  • Runs: Bid McPhee, 134 (1886)
  • Hits: Pete Rose, 230 (1973)
  • Total Bases: George Foster, 388 (1977)
  • Triples: Long John Reilly, 26 (1890)
  • Home Runs: George Foster, 52 (1977)
  • RBI: George Foster, 149 (1977)
  • Walks: Joe Morgan, 132 (1975)
  • Strikeouts: Adam Dunn, 195 (2004)
  • Stolen Bases: Hugh Nicol, 138 (1887)
  • Singles: Pete Rose, 181 (1973)
  • Runs Created: Frank Robinson, 158 (1962)
  • Extra-Base Hits: Frank Robinson, 92 (1962)
  • Times on Base: Pete Rose, 311 (1969)
  • Hit By Pitch: Jason LaRue, 24 (2004)
  • Sacrifice Hits: Jake Daubert, 39 (1919)
  • Sacrifice Flies: Johnny Temple, 13 (1959)
  • Grounded into Double Plays: Ernie Lombardi, 30 (1938)
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Edd Roush, 75.2 (1931)
  • At Bats per Home Run: Ted Kluszewski, 11.7 (1954)
  • Outs: Tommy Harper, 514 (1965)

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Reds Pitching

  • ERA: Harry McCormick, 1.52 (1882)
  • Wins: Will White, 43 (1883)
  • Won-Loss %: Tom Seaver, .875 (1981)
  • WHIP: Tom Seaver, .956 (1977)
  • Hits Allowed/9IP: Mario Soto, 5.96 (1980)
  • Walks/9IP: Red Lucas, .74 (1933)
  • Strikeouts/9IP: Mario Soto, 9.57 (1982)
  • Games: Wayne Granger, 90 (1969)
  • Saves: Danny Graves, 41 (2004)
  • Innings: Will White, 577 (1883)
  • Strikeouts: Mario Soto, 274 (1982)
  • Games Started: Will White, 64 (1883)
  • Complete Games: Will White, 64 (1883)
  • Shutouts: Will White, 8 (1882)
  • Home Runs Allowed: Eric Milton, 40 (2005)
  • Walks Allowed: Tony Mullane, 187 (1891)
  • Hits Allowed: Tony Mullane, 501 (1886)
  • Strikeout to Walk: Joe Nuxhall, 4.33 (1963)
  • Losses: Tony Mullane, 27 (1886)
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Tony Mullane, 218 (1886
  • Wild Pitches: Tony Mullane, 51 (1886)
  • Hit Batsmen: Will White, 35 (1884)
  • Batters Faced: Will White, 2,320 (1883)

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Baseball Hall of Famers * Al Simmons * Amos Rusie * Bid McPhee * Bill McKechnie * Buck Ewing * Charles Comiskey * Charles Radbourn * Chick Hafey * Christy Mathewson * Clark Griffith * Dazzy Vance * Edd Roush * Eppa Rixey * Ernie Lombardi * Frank Robinson * George Kelly * Harry Heilmann * Jake Beckley * Jesse Haines * Jim Bottomley * Joe Kelley * Joe Morgan * Joe Tinker * Johnny Bench * Kiki Cuyler * Leo Durocher * Miller Huggins * Mordecai Brown * Rube Marquard * Sam Crawford * Sparky Anderson * Tom Seaver * Tony Pérez

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National League MVPs * 1995 - Barry Larkin * 1977 - George Foster * 1976 - Joe Morgan * 1975 - Joe Morgan * 1973 - Pete Rose * 1972 - Johnny Bench * 1970 - Johnny Bench * 1961 - Frank Robinson * 1940 - Frank McCormick * 1939 - Bucky Walters * 1938 - Ernie Lombardi

Ford C. Frick Award recipients * Marty Brennaman * Red Barber * Russ Hodges

Quick facts
* World Series Champions: 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990
* Pennants: 1882, 1919, 1939, 1940, 1961, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1990
* Playoff appearances (12): 1919, 1939, 1940, 1961, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1990, 1995

Other "titles" won * First place in N.L. Central in 1994 * Had baseball's best overall record in 1981

* Home ballpark: Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati
* Team motto: The Power of Tradition
* Uniform colors: Red and white, trim Black

* Formerly known as: The Red Stockings in the 19th century; the Redlegs (19531960)

* Logo design: a drop-shadow red wishbone "C" with the drop-shadowed word "REDS" inside
* Home Runs: Ken Griffey, Jr. hit his 600th home run on June 8, 2008.

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