History Of The Cincinnati Reds
The Cincinnati Reds are a Major League Baseball team. Originally named the Cincinnati Red Stockings, the name was shortened to the Cincinnati Reds in the 1890s.
Read more about History Of The Cincinnati Reds: 1869-1896: The Original "Red Stockings" and The Pre-NL Days, 1890–1911: in The National League For Good, 1912-32: Redland Field To The Great Depression, 1933-40: Revival of 1930s, 1941-69: Kluszewski, Robinson, and The Beginnings of A Machine, How To Groom The Big Red Machine, 2003–present Day: The Great American Ball Park Opens
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