World Series Titles: 5 (1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990)
Legendary Players: Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, Tony Perez, Barry Larkin
League/Division: National League, Central Division
Cincinnati Reds Tickets
The Cincinnati Reds are one of Major League Baseball's oldest franchises. They currently play in the National League's Central Division. Over the course of their storied history, the team has won five World Series titles, the most recent in 1990. The Reds of the '70s, known as "The Big Red Machine," have achieved legendary status in baseball folklore. Reds legends such as Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Barry Larkin have all left their mark on baseball and are known the world over for their accomplishments while wearing a Reds cap. The current iteration of the Reds plays their games at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park. Each season affords you 81 Cincinnati Reds games at home to see the team strive for greatness as they aim to beat rivals like the Pittsburgh Pirates. If you want to watch potential new legends as they leave their mark at Great American Ball Park, get your Cincinnati Reds tickets at StubHub.
The Legend of the Reds
Any devoted baseball fan will know about the rich history of the Cincinnati Reds. Their first World Series win came against the Chicago White Sox in 1919. Stars like Sam Crawford and Cy Seymour carried the Reds through a few lean years. The 1930s and 1940s saw a resurgence of the team. Johnny Vander Meer led the Reds on the mound, and he is the only MLB pitcher to throw no-hitters in consecutive starts. In 1939, they won their second National League pennant. A year later, they became World Series champions again. During the 1970s, the Reds team known as "The Big Red Machine" made baseball history. This legendary Reds crew won back-to-back World Series championships in 1975 and 1976. The iteration has gone down in history as one of the most enduring examples of baseball success. Cincinnati returned to greatness with another World Series win in 1990 on the back of stellar pitching from Rob Dibble, Jose Rijo and Randy Myers. Each year is a chance for a new legend to emerge on the Great American Ball Park's diamond and for the Reds to return to their glory.Back to Top