About Cincinnati Reds Autographed Mini Helmets
A big part of the National League Central Division, the Cincinnati Reds have already earned five World Series titles and nine National League pennants. The Reds are also known as the Big Red Machine—a nickname introduced in a July 4, 1969 article written by Bob Hertzel and has gained prominence in reference to the 1970 game that posted a regular season record of 102-60. Taking note of these remarkable days of the Reds, you should be able to wear the Cincinnati Reds autographed MLB mini helmets which feature the prominent players of the team such as Pete Rose, Johnny Bench and Barry Larkin who also has a good collection of Barry Larkin autographed MLB mini helmets. Cincinnati became one of the charter members of the new National League in 1876. They have gone a long way to make it big in the league thus, you would surely be proud of having any of the Cincinnati Reds autographed baseball photos including the Pete Rose Cincinnati Reds record breaking 4192 hits autographed 8x10 photo.
As of September 2013, the team’s key players include Sean Marshall who is also famous for the Sean Marshall game used baseball jackets, Bronson Arroyo—recipient of the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy award in 2006 and 2009, and Zack Cozart who has been part of the Reds since July 2011.Among the team’s National League MVPs include Ernie Lombardi in 1938, Johnny Bench in 1970, Pete Rose in 1973, Joe Morgan in 1975 and 1976, and Joey Votto in 2010.