Cincinnati Reds History

  • Undefeated Season Completed

    In the final match of the season as the first professional team ever, the Reds win 17-8 to finish season 57-0.
  • Team Expelled

    The Reds are expelled from the newly formed NL for several reasons, most notably for selling beer during games.
  • First World Series Title

    Reds win their 1st title over the White Sox, the Sox were later found to have "thrown" the series putting a blemish on the championship.
  • First to Plane Travel

    The Reds become the first team to travel by plane to another city for a series with Chicago.
  • Back to Back No-Hitters

    Johnny Vander Meer makes history as first and only pitcher to throw back to back no hit games.
  • Joe Nuxhall

    Joe Nuxhall becomes the youngest player to appear in a game at 15 years old.
  • Back to Back World Series

    The Big Red Machine cap off two straight World Series titles defeating the Red Sox in '75 and Yankees in '76.
  • Hit Record Broken

    Pete Rose breaks all-time hit record with single for hit number 4,192.