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Event Date Venue Availabilty
Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds
September 23, 2014
Tuesday - 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds
September 24, 2014
Wednesday - 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds
September 25, 2014
Thursday - 12:35 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds
September 26, 2014
Friday - 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds
September 27, 2014
Saturday - 4:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds
September 28, 2014
Sunday - 1:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH



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Cincinnati Reds Information

The Cincinnati Reds is a well-known team of the Major League Baseball.  The Cincinnati Reds was founded in 1866 as         Cincinnati Red Stockings that joined MLB for the 1869 season.  The Cincinnati Reds is one of the teams in the Central Division of the National League and is homed in the Great American Ball Park of Cincinnati, Ohio since 2003.  Through the years the Cincinnati Reds tickets continue to sell out as baseball patrons admire the games of the Cincinnati Reds.

The original team of Reds as Cincinnati Red Stockings was composed of star players such as Asa Brainard, Fred Waterman, George Wright, and Harry Wright.  The Reds during those times are considered as a great team, winning 130 straight games throughout the 1869 & 1870 seasons but unfortunately defeated by the Brooklyn Atlantics, 8 to 7 in 11 innings, in what was the first Red Stockings' loss since October 3, 1868. 

In 1876, a new Cincinnati Red Stockings team joined the National League as the original team disbanded after the 1870 season.  The second team was also expelled after the 1880 season due to violations of league rules.  By 1882, the third team of Red Stockings joined the American Association; this team was also the same franchise of the Cincinnati Reds at the present day.  The team successfully won the 1882 American Association pennant.  From 1882 to 1889, the Reds was a promising team of the American Association which acquired 7 winning seasons before entering the seasons of the National League.

In 1890, as the team inaugurated in the National League, the name of the team from Cincinnati Red Stockings was shortened to Cincinnati Reds.  The first season of the team in the National League gave them a winning record of 77-55.  The Cincinnati Reds even acquired great players such as Cy Seymour and Sam Crawford.  By 1892, Charles Jones fires a no-hitter in his very bit-league game and the team had a combined 82-68 record in a split season.  By 1898, the Cincinnati Reds continued to prove their outstanding skills by winning a season record of 92-60 that made them reach the third place in the National League. 

Though getting in first place requires great effort from the team, the 1919 season gave them the World Series title.  Facing the Chicago White Sox of the American League, the Cincinnati Reds were able to win Game 1, Game 2, Game 4, Game 5, and Game 8 during the 1919 World Series.  It was considered as the first World Series title in the franchise history.  In 1939, with a record of 97-57, the Cincinnati Reds gained their second National League pennant and was able to reach the World Series.  The opponent of the Reds, the New York Yankees, swept the team in 4 games.  After the 1939 season, the Cincinnati Reds proved that they were still a strong team, obtaining a record of 100 wins and 53 losses.  The Reds gained the 1940 National League pennant and even acquired the 1940 World Series title against the Detroit Tigers with four games to three. 

By 1954, the Reds changed their name to Cincinnati Redlegs in opposition to the backdrop of the McCarthy hearings and rising threat of Communism.  The team changed its name in order to avoid apparent association to the Soviets, who were referred to as Reds during that time.

In 1960, the Redlegs returned to their traditional name as Reds.  In 1961, the Cincinnati Reds were back to their feet finishing a record of 93-61 and winning the National League pennant.  However, the New York Yankees defeated them during the 1961 World Series by four games to one.  In 1970, the Cincinnati Reds, having a record of 102-60, won the West Division title and advanced to the National League Championship Series, sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates in 3 games.  The Cincinnati Reds encountered the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series, who defeated them by four games to one. 

The Cincinnati Reds acquired their second National League Championship Series title in 1972 against the Pirates by three games to none.  Oakland Athletics defeated them in the World Series with 4-3.  However, the 1975 and 1976 seasons were a major success for the Cincinnati Reds as both seasons gave them the World Series title.  In the 1975 National League Championship Series, the team of Reds won over the Pirates, sweeping them in three games.  The Reds was advanced to World Series and gained the victory against the Boston Red Sox with four games to three.  On the other hand, the Philadelphia Phillies was also beaten by the Cincinnati Reds in the 1976 NLCS with 3-0.  The team of Reds then encountered the New York Yankees, who was swept by the Reds in 4 games.  The 1975 and 1976 seasons were considered as two of the remarkable seasons of the Cincinnati Reds, with season records of 108-54 and 102-60, respectively. 

The Cincinnati Reds is indeed a great team.  The team’s subsequent trip to the World Series was in the year 1990 that also gave them the World Series victory.  During the 1990 season, the team of the Cincinnati Reds had a record of 91-71, and won the NLCS against the Pittsburgh Pirates by 4-2.  In the 1990 World Series, the Reds defeated the Oakland Athletics in four straight games, claiming their fifth World Series title. 

Over the past years, the Cincinnati Reds continued to prove that they are one of the strongest teams of the MLB.  Cincinnati Reds fans and baseball supporters continue to show their support as manifested by the sales of the Cincinnati Reds tickets .  The team of the Cincinnati Reds is indeed one of the favorite teams of the sports fans, as the Cincinnati Reds tickets open a doorway to a fantastic sports viewing experience. 

The following presents the 2007 players of the great team of Cincinnati Reds:

Active Roster


• Bronson Arroyo
• Matt Belisle
• Bill Bray
• Jared Burton
• Todd Coffey
• Rheal Cormier
• Jon Coutlangus
• Phil Dumatrait
• Aaron Harang
• Bobby Livingston
• Kyle Lohse
• Gary Majewski
• Calvin Medlock
• Eric Milton
• Elizardo Ramirez
• Kirk Saarloos
• Brad Salmon
• Brian Shackelford
• Mike Stanton
• David Weathers


• Chad Moeller
• David Ross
• Javier Valentin


• Juan Castro
• Jeff Conine
• Edwin Encarnacion
• Jerry Gil
• Alex Gonzalez
• Scott Hatteberg
• Jeff Keppinger
• Brandon Phillips
• Joey Votto


• Bubba Crosby
• Chris Denorfia
• Chris Dickerson
• Adam Dunn
• Ryan Freel
• Ken Griffey
• Josh Hamilton
• Norris Hopper

Non-Roster Invitees


• Homer Bailey
• Michael Gosling
• Eddie Guardado
• Dustin Hermanson
• Jason Kershner
• Kerry Ligtenberg
• Brian Meadows
• Victor Santos
• Tom Shearn
• Paul Wilson


• Dan Conway
• Ryan Hanigan
• Ryan Jorgensen
• Miguel Perez


• Mark Bellhorn
• Paul Janish
• Anderson Machado


• Dewayne Wise

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