The Cincinnati Reds are an MLB team that plays in the National League Central division. One of the earliest franchise in the MLB, the Reds franchise has been a part of baseball since 1882. The Reds currently play their home games at the Great American Ballpark, which opened its doors in 2003.
Originally a part of the American Association in 1882, the Reds won the pennant in their first year. They would then not win another until 1919, when they were a member of the National League, and would go on to win their first World Series. In their history, the Reds have won nine pennants to go with five World Series titles. The unquestioned best era of Cincinnati Red baseball came in the 1970s. The Big Red Machine was the nickname for the Reds team of the 1970s that featured one of the best lineups that were ever constructed. The teams were managed by Sparky Anderson and had future Hall of Famers Pete Rose, Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench and Tony Perez. That group of Hall of Famers would play with Dave Concepción, George Foster, César Gerónimo and Ken Griffey, Sr. and were nicknamed the “Great Eight” because they were an unbeatable combination. The Big Red Machine averaged 95 wins a season from 1970-79, won six National League West Division titles, four National League pennants, and two World Series titles. The Reds won back to back championships in 1975-76 with the Red Machine and then would go on to win another in 1990.
Reds fans can get great autographed memorabilia that will help them celebrate the history and present of their team. Autographed memorabilia from former Reds greats like Hall of Famers Joe Morgan, Barry Larkin, and Ken Griffey Jr. as well as Sean Casey, Jay Bruce, Todd Frazier and Brandon Phillips. These autographed collectibles are incredibly valuable and will look great on display in your home or office. All autographed memorabilia are guaranteed authentic.
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