Some articles on reds:

1960 Cincinnati Reds Season - Regular Season - Notable Transactions
... June 15, 1960 Tony González and Lee Walls were traded by the Reds to the Philadelphia Phillies for Wally Post, Harry Anderson, and Fred Hopke (minors) ... July 8, 1960 Pete Rose was signed as an amateur free agent by the Reds. 1960 Brooks Lawrence was released by the Reds ...
1960 Cincinnati Reds Season
... The 1960 Cincinnati Reds season consisted of the Reds finishing in sixth place in the National League standings, with a record of 67-87, 28 games behind the ... The Reds were managed by Fred Hutchinson and played their home games at Crosley Field ...
1972 Cincinnati Reds Season - Postseason - 1972 World Series
... The Reds were a prohibitive favorite to win the World Series over the Oakland Athletics, who lost top slugger Reggie Jackson to a hamstring injury in the playoffs ... the regular season, crushed four against the Reds in a series that saw six of the seven games decided by one run ... Oakland dealt the Reds three losses on their home AstroTurf of Riverfront Stadium ...
1960 Cincinnati Reds Season - Offseason
... November 21, 1959 Tom Acker was traded by the Reds to the Kansas City Athletics for Frank House. 6, 1959 Frank Thomas was traded by the Reds to the Chicago Cubs for Lee Walls, Lou Jackson, and Bill Henry ... December 15, 1959 Johnny Temple was traded by the Reds to the Cleveland Indians for Billy Martin, Gordy Coleman and Cal McLish ...
1976 Cincinnati Reds Season - Postseason - 1976 World Series - Summary
... NL Cincinnati Reds (4) vs ... Yankees (0) Game Road Home Score Date Location Attendance Time of Game 1 Yankees Reds 5 - 1 Sat. 16 (D) Riverfront Stadium 54,826 2 ... Yankees Reds 4 - 3 Sun ...

Famous quotes containing the word reds:

    Holly Golightly: You know those days when you’ve got the mean reds?
    Paul: The mean reds? You mean like the blues?
    Holly Golightly: No, the blues are because you’re getting fat or maybe it’s been raining too long. You’re just sad, that’s all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you’re afraid and you don’t know what you’re afraid of.
    George Axelrod (b. 1922)