According to the collector's price guide, "Team Baseballs," your ball is worth between $200-250, with value being greater or lower depending on exact players present - in particular, the inclusion or exclusion of Hall of Famer Frank Robinson - plus the all-important overall condition of the ball and. These were not great years for the Reds, and values reflect that, but it was Robinson's "Rookie of the Year" season, and that's important. Other key factors include type of ball (is it an "Official National League" ball?), whether there are any "clubhouse signatures" (autographs signed for players by ballboys, attendants, etc), and total number of signatures present. These factors, plus the authenticity of all the significant signatures are the main variables in determining value.
The Big Red Machine was the nickname for the Cincinnati Reds baseball teams from the years 1970 -1976.
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The Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds.
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In MLB it's the Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds.
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Two teams are in Ohio. The Cincinnati Reds are in the National League Central Division and the Cleveland Indians are in the American League Central Division.
The National League was formed in in 1876 with the following teams: Chicago, St. Louis, Hartford, Boston, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnati.
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There is more football teams than baseball teams, football has 32 and baseball has 30
There are 30 baseball teams.
The following teams play in Ohio Cleveland Indians Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Bengals
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In 1900 the eight National League teams were, in order of finish: Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and New York.
Alex Johnson is a former professional baseball outfielder. Some of the teams that Alex Johnson played for included: St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, and the Los Angeles Angels.
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there is no baseball teams in indiana.
The first professional baseball team was founded in 1869 - The Cincinnati Red Stockings. The two current MLB teams that can trace their roots the longest are the Atlanta Braves and the Chicago Cubs. They can trace their roots to the National Association founded in 1871.
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At least one team that I know of has no Cy Young award winners in it's history, the Cincinnati Reds, which ironically is professional baseball's oldest team. ---- As of the start of the 2008 season, two AL teams have never had pitchers to win the Cy Young (Tampa Bay, Texas) and 3 NL teams (Cincinnati, Florida, and Colorado).
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