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Aptly named the Great American Ball Park, there's no place better to watch a baseball game than in Cincinnati — home of the Reds! Don't miss out on any of the action! Check out the Cincinnati Reds 2020 schedule here at CheapTickets.

Baseball’s First Team

Originally known as the Cincinnati Red Stockings, they are the oldest all-professional baseball team, getting its start back in 1869 as a member of the American Association. The team became part of the National League in 1890 and shortened their name to just the Reds. Up until 1919 the team had been finishing just short, never getting above third place. With the help of pitching and hitting stars, the Reds were able to win their first title in 1919. Celebrating their 50th anniversary that year, the championship became known as the “Golden Anniversary”. Celebration for their first title win was soon cut short when news broke that their opponent the Chicago White Sox were illegally betting on the game, thus throwing the outcome. As the great depression hit the team ended up falling bankrupt, until they were bought out by the Crosley brothers who lead them into a decade of firsts. By 1940, after a 21-year drought they were able to win their second World Series title. The team once again opted to change their name in 1953, but this time due to political ties connecting “red” to communism. They became known as the Cincinnati Redlegs until they went back to the Reds in 1959.

The Big Red Machine

After the 50s and 60s fell short for the Reds in several ways, the team hired George Anderson as their manager in 1970. He began to build a team that would later become known as “The Big Red Machine”, comprised of players Johnny Bench, Tony Perez, Pete Rose, Lee May and Bobby Tolan. That year they stamped their ticket to the post season early on, breezing through all their competition. When they were matched up against the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series they ended up getting beaten in five games. After a losing season in 1971, the team reconvened and came back to make the playoffs for the next six seasons. By 1975 they had solidified their line up with the addition of Ken Griffey who helped bring the team to their third World Series. In a close competition, they were able to top out the Boston Red Sox in game seven. Since this game, the Reds have not lost a World Series game with a streak of nine straight wins. After pocketing titles in 1975 and 1976, the Reds faced several years of heartbreaking losses. After they dismantled the shell of “The Big Red Machine”, they were left as half the team that they once were. Under new management in 1990, the team was able to go wire-to-wire winning their fifth World Series title. Coming off their 1990 win the Reds have yet to win another title, qualifying for the post season several times but never able to finish off strong.

Great American Ball Park

In 2003 the Reds relocated to their newly built ballpark after more than thirty years playing in Riverfront Stadium. Great American Ball Park is one of baseball’s greatest ball parks, with many features focused on creating a positive fan experience. The ballpark is also home to the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum where fans can walk through the history of the team with interactive exhibits. Also included in the ballpark is a Riverfront Club, Power Stacks resembling smokestacks from boats on the Ohio River that launch Fireworks, and a rose garden that commemorates where the ball that Pete Rose hit for his 4,192nd hit landed.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Cincinnati Reds

How Much do Cincinnati Reds Tickets Cost?

The average Cincinnati Reds tickets can cost around $153. However, this price can change over time while also depending on who the Reds are playing against and what stadium they’re playing in. You can browse the most affordable prices for all the Cincinnati Reds tickets here on CheapTickets!

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Why do the Reds Always Open at Home?

The first pitch of every major league season has taken place in Cincinnati for decades now and the Reds are the only major league team to have always opened with a home game. It is such a tradition that the annual Findlay Market Parade, held every year since 1920, is an official holiday in Cincinnati where people take time off to celebrate the Reds.

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