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The Cincinnati Reds compete in the National League. The Reds compete against the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, Pittsburgh Pirates, and the St. Louis Cardinals in the central division. The Reds were born to the American Association in 1881 and later joined the National League in 1890. The Reds used to play in the Riverfront Stadium, along with the Cincinnati Bengals, until 2003 when the Great American Ball Park opened.
In the very, very early days, the team got in trouble for selling beer at the games and for Sunday baseball. At the time, this was frowned upon and cast dissatisfaction from the league. Eventually, the team was expelled. However, an independent ball team came about and the Red Stockings were produced in 1881. This helped to create a rival league, the American Association. Until 1889, the Red Stockings continued play in the AA but by November of 1889, the team joined the National League. At that time, the team also decided to shorten their name and officially became known as the Reds.
The Reds won their first World Series in 1919 but only through controversy. The Reds competed against the Chicago White Sox and won. However, it came out that some of the White Sox players intentionally threw the game so they could win a gambling bet. The ordeal, known as the “Black Sox scandal” made it hard for the nation to consider the Reds the rightful winner of the 1919 World Series.
By 1970, the Reds became a new kind of team and were known as “The Big Red Machine.” George “Sparky” Anderson was the GM of the team and he helped lead his team to 70 wins within the first 100 games of the season. The team consisted of Johnny Bench, Tony Pérez, and Pete Rose and the Reds seemed to have it all. By the World Series, the team was caught off guard by the Baltimore Orioles and lost within five games.
However, that didn’t stop The Big Red Machine. The Reds won the NL Pennant again in 1972, 1975 and 1976. Both ’75 and ’76 ended in World Series Wins. At the end of the ’76 season, the team began to split up and trade off. The team was never the same and The Big Red Machine saw its era come to an end.
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General Manager Dick Williams runs the Cincinnati Reds in the National League West Division. The Red host all opponents at their home field at Great American Ball Park. It's been a while since the Reds have won a World Series, 27 years to be exact. Could this be the year the Reds bring it back to Ohio? Stay in touch with the Reds with tickets from Tickets for Less.