Cincinnati Reds

Originally the Red Stockings when they first started playing as baseball's first professional team, the Cincinnati Reds became one of the charter members of the National League in 1876. Here you can ask questions about the players, the coaches and anything else about the team.

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How many championships does Pete rose have?

3 (1975,1976,1980)

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What is the value of a Cincinnati Reds autographed bat from 1976?

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What is Adam Dunn's clubhouse nickname?

The Tower of Power

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What is the time travel book about the Cincinnati Reds?

I just happen to be a huge Reds fan, an Aaron Boone fan, and an Adam Dunn fan.

Anyway, enough about me. The book is "If I Never Get Back" by Darryl Brock. The copyright date is 1989.

Buy it; it's a good one.

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There's also a sequel called "Two in the Field." I really enjoyed them both, and I'm not even a big Reds fan. There's some great history and they're a quick, fun read.

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What is the last name of the ex-Reds pitcher named Ernie who is now age 74?

There were two pitchers with the first name Ernie. Ernie Nevel pitched for the Redlegs in 1953. He was born 8/17/1918 and died 7/10/1988. Ernie Baker pitched for the Reds in 1905. He was born 8/8/1875 and died 10/25/1945.

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Are umbrellas allowed in the Great American Ballpark?

Fans may carry umbrellas into Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati; however, umbrellas may be opened only during official rain delays.

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Who was the youngest player to play in a major league baseball game?

Joe Nuxhall, who pitched for the Cincinnati Reds in 1944 at the age of 15. The reason he was in the majors so young was because it was wartime, and with a large number of players in the military, rosters were extremely short. He wasn't very good, though- he got hit really hard and was sent down to the minors after his very first game. It would be eight more years before he made it back.

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Big red machine roster?

c johnny bench

1b tony Perez

2b joe Morgan

ss Dave concepcion

3b pete rose

lf george foster

cf Cesar Geronimo

rf ken griffy(Sr.)

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Who were Johnny Bench's wives?

Vicki Chesser - 1975-1976

Lauren Cwikowski 1987-1995

Elizabeth Benton 1997 - 2000

Laura Biachaai 2006 - present

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What is the value of a1967 Cincinnati Reds yearbook?

1967 Cincinnati Reds Yearbook

The 1967 Cincinnati Reds Yearbook with the cover picturing the Reds Mascot Crosley Field has a book value of $25.00 - $35.00 . in near/mint condition.

Condition is very important in getting a price anywhere near this price. Common flaws with yearbooks would be staining, foxing (yellowing), fading color, stains, creases, rips, loose pages, cracked binding, and writing on the cover.

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Who was Bench's backup catcher on the Reds?

John Bench's career spanned 1967-1983. His final year as a starting catcher was 1980 and he moved to first and third base for his final three seasons. His primary backups were Pat Corrales 1968-1971, Bill Plummer 1972-1977, Vic Correll 1978-1979 and Joe Nolan 1980. Other catchers on the roster during that time were Jimmie Schaefer, Danny Breeden, Sonny Ruberto, Bob Barton, Hal King, Don Werner, Moe Berg, and Mike Dipiano

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What is the most runs that the Reds have scored in one game?

They scored 30 runs against the Louisville Colonels on 6/18/1893. It was 30 against the Louisville Colonels on 6/18/1893.

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Was there a relief catcher named Michael Di Piano in the 1970s?

Not according to the Baseball Almanac.

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Is Ken Griffey going back to Seattle for the next baseball season?

No. Griffey has had many injury problems ever since being traded to the Reds and may be traded someday if the Reds can find a suitor. A couple years ago the Reds tried trading Griffey to the Padres for Phil Nevin, but Nevin didn't waive his no-trade clause. If Griffey continues to battle injuries and there is a team that is willing to give up a minor leaguer or two for him then the Reds may try to trade him. maybe but there is a small chance He is with them now :) the Reds traded him to the White Sox for Nick Masset. The White Sox then traded him to the Mariners.

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What was Johnny Mize's jersey number?

St Louis Cardinals - 10

New Yor Giants - 15

New York Yankees - 36

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How can you sell a 1976 Cincinnati Reds World Series autographed baseball?

== == A 1976 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball with the key signatures: Anderson, Rose, Perez, Bench, Concepcion, Morgan, Foster, Griffey, Zachry is worth about $1,000.-$1,500. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.

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Baseball Equipment

How many baseballs are used on average per batter in one MLB game?

According to The Tallahasee Online, an average ball only last 6 pitches and the average game runs 250-300 pitches for 40-50 balls per game. The Baseball Propectus web site quoting Keith Wolley states the average game has 77 batters so that tells us the average ball last for 1-2 batters.

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What is the value of a 1939 Cincinnati Red Stockings National League Champions baseball?

Note: The Cincinnati Red Stockings changed their team name to the Reds in 1882. They will remain the Reds until the present day with the exception of a six year period starting in 1953. In fear that the teams name, the Reds, might be associated with communism the name was changed to the Redlegs. People were very paranoid about communism in the 1950s during the McCarthy era. A 1939 Cincinnati Reds teamed signed baseball with the key signatures: Lombardi, McKechnie, McCormick, Goodman, Simmons, Walters, and Derringer is worth about $325.-$500. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable Recently a 1940 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball with the key signatures Lombardi, McKechnie, and F. McCormick which also appear on the 1939 NL Champs baseball sold for $650. In 1940 the Reds were World Series Champions beating the Tigers in seven games. Championship team baseballs typically sell for more money. You may find prices for team signed baseballs on my website. The team signed baseball price guide includes a list of key players as well as links to full team rosters year by year. I will provide a link on this page for your convenience. Prices will be updated as auction results dictate.

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Where can you find information on the farm teams from the 1930's?

www.baseballalmanac.com

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How old are the Cincinnati reds?

The Cincinnati Red Stockings were the first professional baseball club, formed in 1869. For a period in the 1950's they were known as the Cincinnati Redlegs, but then settled on Cincinnati Reds. To pay respect to heritage, for many years the first pitch of a season was always thrown at Cincinnati, always a home game for the Reds. Opening Day is still held every year in Cincinnati, and although the American League has started earlier on a few occasions the first pitch in the National League is still thrown on Opening Day in Cincinnati.

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Why do you go red when you're aroused?

why does your penis go red when you are aroused? simply because the blood is rushing to your penis

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Where do the Cincinnati Reds play?

The Reds play at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.

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Who has won the most Cy Young awards?

The most Cy Young awards won by a pitcher is 7 by Roger Clemens:

1986, 1987, 1991, 1997, 1998, 2001, and 2004

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What is the value of a baseball signed by the entire 1976 Cincinnati Reds team?

A 1976 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball with the key signatures: Anderson, Rose, Perez, Bench, Concepcion, Morgan, Foster, Griffey, Zachry is worth about $1,000.-$1,500. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide see Related Links below.

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Who won the first Cy Young award?

1956 Don Newcombe of Brooklyn Dodgers.

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