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Happy Sweetest Day, Reds Country! 💐

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David DykesThankfully, this contrived day, invented by florists, only exists in the Midwest.

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Stephen NicoleWhere's Joey Votto?

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Today in Reds history, 1976: The Big Red Machine claims their second straight World Series championship with a four-game sweep of the Yankees. 🏆🏆 ... See MoreSee Less

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Billy Nevils SrBig Red Machine what dominance they were front top to bottom of the lineup to this day why would they split this team up on the run they made and could of continue to have made. 75/76 back to back champion......love the Reds!

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Jim GallagherThis was the first World Series I ever attended thanks to my Miami U. college roommate, Ed Kritch! His father was a former scout for the Reds and arranged for a couple poor college kids to get tickets to a game. Many thanks for his generosity. Great memory!!

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Rose Lindsay HowardI was very fortunate to attend that World Series game. I sat 10 rows directly behind home plate. Pete Rose's wife, Carolyn sat next to me & the great Pewee Reece & everyone famous in baseball. I lucked out big time. Great memories! What a fun era in baseball! ⚾️

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Bob PeganThey beat the Phillies in a best of 5 games 3-0 then swept Yanks 4-0 best of 7 game World Series. They have since made league series a 7 game series but back then Reds swept both in 7 games. BIG RED MACHINE!!!

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Rita OwenRemember it well still have the 1976 World Series Mug in the Family with my son........greatest team ever....

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Corianton HalladayMan I wish I was alive during the Big Red Machine era. I hope I'm still alive when the Reds return to dominance. If they ever do, that is.

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Dave RobisonBench was the MVP. Munson batted > .500. Catcher's series. Saw Munson strike a towering shot into the top of the bleachers in right at Yankee Stadium once. (As dramatic, was the frozen rope Bonds drove into the fans in right center at Candlestick one cold July night in 1995. Thing never got more than 25 feet off the ground and was in the stands in about two seconds.)

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Barry HeislerThey offered me the opportunity to buy four tickets for the seventh game 🤣🤣🤣I never expected this series to go beyond four games so I did not order them. The thing l remember most about this series was how Pete Rose was able to intimidate Mickey Rivers from third base.

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Ray S Travioli JrThis is my first baseball memory. I was 10 years old living in Indiana and watched this game and been a Reds fan ever since.

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Mike HuffGreat times....think would have had a better chance at a 3rd in a row had they not gotten rid of Perez, though they did finish pretty far back.

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Matt MayoLast one I got to watch with my dad before he died the next year (I was nine). Can't watch baseball anymore, but lifelong Reds fan.

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John WilsonBest team in history, and I got to experience it. We would skip school in Indian Hill and go to games, the 70's we're great!

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Todd BuemiI remember this like it was yesterday. I was the only Yankee fan in the house, and my Yanks got whipped. In later years I would get to know the Reds organization personally and I have MASS RESPECT for the Reds now. Love the Marge Schott era.

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Philip Johnson. . . WHOOAH Reds were so good, Sparky didn't even have to set the line-up, if the Great Eight were all healthy they just ran out onto the field. All Sparky had to do was watch the pitchers; and Captain Hook did great there, too ❗️⚾️ 👍🏼

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Jeff McCainJohnny Bench had a down year in 1976 lots of injuries but in this World Series they couldn’t get him out

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Larry Kaplanhold on to those memories Lynnie...they're all we have..plus the wire to wire series...we won't see a Reds team like that agin(Cincy spelling)..perhaps ever...

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Troy MercerI'd have given ANYTHING to have been alive to witness the Big Red Machine SWEEP the hated Yanks IN Yankee Stadium!!

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Jim Gatesman JrI was 12 in 1975 and 13 in 1976, I still have vivid memories of each of those World Series games, and my Mom watched right along with me for both.

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Bob AligI worked for the Reds back then as an usher wiping peoples seats off for tips. I think we got eight dollars a game

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Dennis WalkerNo photo exists of reds celebrating on field as they were told to get to dugout after final out for safety sake.

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Tim WilsonThe Reds have won 9 straight World Series games dating back to 1975.

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Allen GabbardThose days look like they r gone boy have the reds went down hill since then hoping for better days now sad

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Andrew Donald Rooseoh yeah my lifetime favorite team the big red machine

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Joel HortonPlease do it again. I was 5 when the Reds won their last WS title. I'm ready for ring # 6!!!!

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Ro RichterThat was truly 1 of the best ever teams in baseball history!

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Support the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum by picking up a Reds Vintage bobblehead or Replica WS ring package during the month of October. atmlb.com/2l5n5oM ... See MoreSee Less

Support the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum by picking up a Reds Vintage bobblehead or Replica WS ring package during the month of October. http://atmlb.com/2l5n5oM

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Pamela RothmanJenny Balaz for $20 we can get the vintage bobblehead and the new redlegs bobblehead and a ticket to the HOF!!! What a deal!

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Todd RansomI’ve got the real version of that one on the right.

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Grant NaberI need the one on the left

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Anna 'Sue' WattsWe have these plus Reds tickets and tickets to the Reds Hall of Fame and several other Reds items in our Bid/Buy baskets at Hartzell's Sauerkraut Dinner tomorrow evening..... . great basket and auction items!

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Rosanne Appelmann Forsee...I want that ring family ! ....Just wishin' ! -Dad !

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Mike HobbsOnly way this team will get a World Series ring 😂😂😂

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Mark ScobyI have the original, on the left, with a square green base. It was my dad's.

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Dustin RamlerCatherine Cruze these bobble heads are killer

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Tim MatthewsWhat are the HOF’s hours in the off season?

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Joe Watzek♥️we need to make some more memories next year.

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Brandon R. WilsonI want a 1990 WS Ring.

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Kevin TracyKim, I need these

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Sue OsbornI have the one o. The

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Grant NaberLet me know if anyone is going

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Heather Marie HuffRachel McCulley Estes Shaun Wyatt I need a vintage bobble guy!

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Lindsay HardinLeeAnne Hardin!

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Rachel McCulley EstesShaun Wyatt

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Kimberle Thompson JansenErnie Arfenfarker!!

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Today in Reds history, 1990: The Reds secure a 4-0 World Series sweep over the heavily favored Oakland Athletics to become the fourth team in MLB history to win a wire-to-wire championship. ... See MoreSee Less

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Andy McGeeI remember it like it was yesterday. Saw over 30 home games that year and they didn't lose once when I was there. I was 14 years old and thought I was in heaven. Coneys, Frosty Malts, Lou Pinella, and the Nasty Boys! Wire to Wire Worst to First! It was the greatest summer of my life. Thank you Uncle John!

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Mike WillisAhhhh the good ole days...back when we actually tried to MAKE the playoffs (instead of trading players to other playoff contenders). We are a farm team for playoff contenders now. SO SAD!

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Henry JarboeI remember A's pitcher Dave Stewart saying afterwards "I still believe we are the better team." Dude! You just got swept!

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Larry LovedayWhat a great team and series. We were given no chance to win the series, and most thought we wouldn't win a game. Eric Davis set the tone in game one with that first inning home run, and what a series Billy Hatcher had going. I really think they hit him on purpose just to get him out of the lineup!

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Mike Andersonnow do some of you understand why people hold on to memories i was 10 years old when this happened and against a heavily favored Oakland A's team bash brothers lead by the way they were the ones talked about sweeping but nope what a series that was from eric davis hitting a home run to him also jumping up and stealing a home run away i remember this like it was yesterday and might be the only world series championship i will ever see from a reds team its sure looking that ways anyway great memories

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Billy Nevils SrTruly love the Big Red Machine can't say enough as a kid the best team ever but the 1990 Reds went Wire to Wire best team in the National League then got to the World Series againt the best team in the American League maybe the best team in 1990 got swepted in 4 games by the Cincinnati Reds and manager Lou Pinella and Tony Perez was a coach as well on this team. 75-76 & the 90 teams proud to have witnessed great moments in time truly love Cincinnati baseball & the city oh how great to witness another championship again soon I hope go REDS!

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David WoughterGreat memory. Marge Schott made some World Series tickets available to the public at the last minute. My dad and I went out in the middle of the night, got in line, and wound up with tickets to all the home games. My dad, pregnant wife, and I went to the first two home games, and it was amazing. As my dad was ready to board the plane to head home he told me told me he received bad news from the doctor and to take care of mom. Two difficult years later he passed away. I’m convinced that Marge Schott, Eric Davis’s home run, and that surprise child were gifts from God to my dad to help get him through the difficult time that followed.

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Gene ArnoldSo lucky to have witnessed the Big Red Machine in 75,76 and the wire to wire team in 90. Those teams set a very high bar and it's time to bring another championship back to the city that has the greatest fans in all of MLB!

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Dave ZellnerI remember the idiot Jack Buck signed by off by saying congratulations to the world champion Oakland Athletics.

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Brian EngelThe final game happened on a Saturday night; the same Saturday night as the St. X Homecoming Dance. Someone tracked down a little black and white tv, and there were dozens of guys clustered around it watching the last couple of innings. Not sure how pleased our dates were at that point :/

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Michael AdamsJack Buck and Tim McCarver were so pro-Oakland in that series. It was so sweet to not only watch the Reds win, but to win in a SWEEP. (Good thing it was a sweep, since Hatcher and Davis were hurt in Game 4.) 😟

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Phil YoungCincinnati is such a great baseball city... it is a shame the Reds can't seem to contend. Still love my team through thick and thin.

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Chuck KutcheraTim McCarver still can't believe the Reds won the series that year. He's probably still thinking that the Athletics are better team. We've proved them both wrong!

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Samantha WareOh you mean this day in history, the last time we won a world series? Can't wait for a new season and fresh start, come on 160 days!!

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Pat HenniganI still remember Nuxhall's call of the end of Game 2: "Oliver swings and lines it- FAIR DOWN THE LEFT FIELD LINE! Billy Bates will score and THIS ONE BELONGS TO THE REDS!!" The game had gone into extra innings and Marty had handed off to Joe to do the play-by-play.

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David Ty LewisI wasn't alive when this happened.. but I wish I was! But a great team & a great season! Wow! Hope the Reds will have another team/season just like this, in the very near future! I'll definitely be there, when the World Series is in Cincy again, cheering them on to hopefully winning Championship No. 6! #goreds

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Nancy GangrossOh say can you see? Yes, I saw this most thrilling game with my husband Kyle, my sister Linda, and brother in law Joe! We will never forget how the streets of Cincinnati were brimming with brooms as fans chanted “sweep, sweep, sweep!” Have never felt so lucky to be at the stadium that night! Truly sensational! Thank you Linda Raterman for inviting us and sharing this memorable baseball ⚾️ night!!!

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Jeff ShroutMaybe my favorite reds team. Loved big red machine. But you expected them to win every game, they were that good but 90 champions were fun too. Nasty boys, Davis, O’Neill,sabo , Larkin , so many great memories of this team. Wire to wire. Miss them. Reds owner owes fans better

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Kathleen WalshI remember Dave Letterman wearing a Reds’ cap on his show after we won. One of the guests said “Yeah, seems like everyone is a Reds’ fan this year.” Dave goes “No, I’ve ALWAYS been a fan — my uncle used to bring me to the games when I was a kid...”. 😊

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Dan VictorI remember this like it was yesterday. When they won the World Series they gave a fan named Andy McGee the MVP award. I guess they went like 30-0 when he was at the home games.

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Joseph Bradley SrYou know for the 90 Reds when they won the first World Series game the TV Executives were happy there like saying on well thank God it wouldn't be a sweet little would they know the reds are going to be the did the sweeping

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Scott BradleyMy future college roommate Matt Burchett and I had a running ‘in your face’ w/another guy at our high school who predicted a dominating sweep...by the A’s who he said ‘were an All-Star team on one club’. I’m not saying he was wrong...but we reminded him after every game who was doing the sweeping. Should have bought him a broom...

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Roger G ReynoldsHad Pete Rose kept his nose clean he would have been on the field celebrating a managerial World Series Win. (I'm a huge Pete fan but mad and disgusted at him) Instead he drug baseball AND his beloved city of Cincinnati thru-the-mud.

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Jon ThuermerRemember the season well. I was at game 1 of that world series with great seats and my dad. Will never forget that game and the excitement

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Keith HelmsI remember walking into the hanger getting a part for a downed aircraft during Desert Storm, looking up to see the Reds secure the World Series within those 5 seconds of walking into the hanger. I haven’t seen this since 1990.

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Today in Reds history, 1990: Chris Sabo launches two homers to help the Reds to a 3-0 lead over the Athletics in the World Series. #Spuds 👓 ... See MoreSee Less

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Patrick DorseyUnbelievable that it's coming up on 30 years since last World Series win. Hope the front office is capable of fixing that.

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Phil PorterI remember Dave Stewart saying that the Reds weren’t even close to the A’s in talent after the Reds Swept them!

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Keith SullivanSad we have to constantly celebrate 74, 75 and 90. The current regime promised us a winning club and all we have is the worst manager and the worst team in the league. Not even competitive since 2012.

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Kevin BertkeToo bad Dusty Baker was managing our best teams since then. We choked in playoffs under him. A theme for every team he has managed.

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Chris BranhamI watched this series as a young man taking for granted I'd see my reds again in a World Series, then you realize there's a chance these days you may not see it again and it starts to dawn on you to take heart of the ones you got to see and then you can really cherish how great this one was! Reds forever and reds proud I stand....

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Jeremy ReinhartI remember going to one of my first baseball games when I was little and watching Chris Sabo make the winning hit & run in extra innings to propel the Reds past the LA Dodgers. One of my favorite baseball memories

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Amanda JohnsonWe named our son Sabo! He was a 31 weeker who spent 2 months in Children’s Hospital. He earned the name #supersabo for being so tough. He’s a perfectly healthy, very ornery 2 year old now. Chris Sabo was my favorite player growing up!!!! Go Reds!

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Brian KettlerSpuds is one of my all time favorite Reds! Can't believe it's been that long since the Reds have even come close to a whiff of the World Series. Just glad I was old enough to see this SWEEP live.

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Melissa IronsI so wish I would've taken the leap and went to Oakland for those two games! Some of my favorite memories were being present when the Reds won the NL title against Pittsburgh and the first two games against Oakland. Being present when Pete Rose broke the hits record is right up there, too. But winning a championship is way better!

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Brandon SmithI so remember watching that faithful night in October 1990 when Jack Buck said the words, "Cincinnati the champions of baseball for 1990!"

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Robbie DanielsReds from top to bottom need to rebuild everything in the front office and possibly on the field as well... I love Joey votto and cozart but I believe it’s time for a new infield and definitely a new pitching rotation and new management. I’m not saying I could do better but it starts from the front office and works it’s down hill

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Sean MooreAnd if you recall both times while in the on deck circle he was ridiculed by A's fans. Kept calling him Clark Kent and Superman because of his glasses.

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Ron ShottsLook folks, there is nothing the front office can do to fix the team. That’s the same as if you have a problem government is the answer. Not. The issues can only be fixed by the players of the team. When they were in the World Series back in 90, the A’s dugout was full of A listers. The reds only had a few A listers. What they had was something far bigger than Ricky Henderson’s stolen bases, Jose Cansecos Home Runs, things only recognized as individuals. What they had was a bond, a chemistry among all the Reds players. This is something not of the upper micro management. Something that goes beyond the direction and encouragement of a coach. It’s a product of unconditional, unwavering commitment to your fellow teammates!

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Walt WellerI went camping with my kids that weekend in Az never thinking we would sweep the A's was pissed I didn't get to watch the last 2 games but got to listen to radio through bad reception. What a series!!!

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Rob CrockerYou’re living in the past Craig Brunetto, before the Reds became a development farm team, for the rest of baseball to obtain young talent.

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Willy SaccoThat was 1990 and they still had the poly uniforms pull overs like the 70's - that would probably be the end of that era from the 90's on they started wearing pants legs all the way down which stinks and is still the style of alot of players today - No Style! 70' s still the best!

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Harold GilletteEven though I live well over a hundred miles from Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, I went to 12 games in the 1990 year,that's 12 more than I've gone to in the last 3 years! The quality of play has declined so much I don't foresee going to any games in the near future either!

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John KeanArhea Kean, you witnessed this from out living room when you were 2 years old. You would not stop screaming, "Go THABO!". Once a sport always a sport.

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Greg ColleyI don't remember a lot about the 90 WS bcuz my mom died just before so I was dealing with that. Always loved Spuds tho. Great memories of that team

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Wayne BirchI was sitting on a port in Saudi Arabia waiting for our equipment to be offloaded from the ship. I had to wake up at like 3:00 AM to listen on Armed Forces Radio.

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Bryan PtakI remember I collected every Sabo and Larkin cards for years and at least I have seen a world series win once in my life.

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Spencer DavisI remember Marge treated Eric Davis badly after he lacerated a kidney on an incredible catch. E was the man. That swing! This was the last year I watched baseball.....

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Chris HendersonLove that they say he "corked" another one. Six years later he was caught using a corked bat. Loved Spuds, though!

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Dane MillerRick Barger Sabo was my favorite player when I was little I even used to bat like him lol. I had to wear the goggles and all

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Larry RussellI remember this game well. I was there with my dad. I was only 8 at the time. But we couldn't beat stadium hotdogs, pretzels, and the Ice cream in the Reds batting helmet that I still have from that very game. I also found my sweatshirt from that game.

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The Reds join MLB in going purple today in honor of Spirit Day to speak out against bullying and support LGBTQ youth. #SpiritDay
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Virginia NiehausI find it ironic that MLB has this day when the season is almost over. I am what you would call "straight" for whatever that means. Do they think more people are watching the playoffs. I'm not sure about that. Seems like it should have been more mid season. Just saying.

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Tim ReinermanTo all you "focus on baseball" folks: You get that the social media department has nothing to do with coaching, right? You get that team or not, these are people that care about people in OUR community. Your community too. I am a middle aged, straight, white male and I am pleased as punch that the team I care about cares about others. Even if those others aren't exactly like me. That's why it's called a COMMUNITY.

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Keith CookThe Reds organization is a class act... Always looking for ways to give back to the community and finding ways to help those in need....... Go Reds...

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Matthew Sean WeilerThanks Reds! Appreciate you and MLB for promoting this!

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Barbara Bates PendletonThis makes me love the Reds even more!! ❤️💜

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Kathleen ConnerThank you Reds for truly understanding what "community" means.

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Toni HobbsThat's awesome! 🙂

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Di ScottYay, Reds! You are awesome!!

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Erik ShockAwesome Reds!

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Kevin ReynoldsBravo!!

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Kelly GladenYou guys rock!!

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Tammy DewberryNice

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Taylor Hundley👏❤

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Jordan ZugelderDo all the hateful people on here also get pissed off when baseball stands up to cancer? I just didn't know if you were bigots or just had no soul whatsoever.

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Ryan Wenstrup-MooreThat’s great! Does this mean you’ll have an LGBTQ night in 2018? The Reds are one of only 4 teams who don’t have one...

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Alan CorySeems to me people would realize that reaching out and bringing other people in will help ticket and merchandise sales. People who are different spend the same kind of dollars everyone else does. I think that should likely bring about a better team through having more money for its budget. So I don't care much who runs this portion of the reds' team public outreach, I see it as a positive for all of us. It's kind, appreciative and good.

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Mike Andersoneven if some claim to be something they are not you can still get bullied people now days are just cruel maybe the ones who do the bullying aren't getting the proper love or attention from their parents and acting out in such a manner but of course there is always someone that has to come along and think its the person's fault because they are getting the bullying done to them

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Trey WermesHaha, what kind of person thinks anti-bullying is political? Being against bullying is not political at all.

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Dunlop BrownWhy?? Finished in last place for God’s sake. Keep the focus on baseball.

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Toni Hobbs... and hey -- Cincinnati Reds do a LOT for the community. Why not show them some love today for having the ⚾⚾ to stand against bullying kids? If you're angry that they're posting about anti-bullying ... then .. maybe also have a beer and chill? cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/cin/community/rcf.jsp

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Gabby LesterLoving the only 38 angry faces compared to all the love! go reds!

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David ThornhillI'm so against Bullying, In which I endured as a younster. But no more.

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Virginia NiehausThere are too many special days now in sports. The sport is taking the backseat.

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Adam MeentsWhy are some of you mad? FFS.

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Jon ClarkWhy do we need this? I don't get it

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Happy 55th Birthday, Glenn Braggs! 🎂

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Phil PorterGlenn Braggs ! Made a home run saving catch aginist Carmelo Martinez in game 6 of the 1990 NLCS. Then swung a missed a pitch in game 4 of the World Series and broke the bat across his back!

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Mark RobinsonHappy Birthday Glen...what a Dude...reminds me a lot of Mark Whitton who hit 4 homers in a game against the Reds....and yes I do remember the broken bat over the shoulder...!

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Dave UtleyI saw him hit 2 home runs against the Dodgers in one game. The second one was a line drive maybe 15-20 feet and Brett Butler didn't even move. It got out fast and hard.

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Daymon JohnsonTo this day, that dude hit the farthest homer in I've ever witnessed in person. At Riverfront stadium, Left-Center, 454'. It was an absolute bomb. And, that's saying something considering most baseball I watch is at Coors Field in Colorado....

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Steven KimI was totally excited to learn that Glenn Braggs is my neighbor here in LA. My son and daughter came home from trick or treating a couple of years ago, and Mrs. Braggs opened the door to him in a Reds uniform (quite rare in LA, of course). They revealed who they were. I later met them at my son's school on a parent night, and have said hi to him walking in the neighborhood. I remind him of the moment he broke a bat just by the force of his swing in the WS, and I told him that we are from Hawaii, where he played college ball for the Rainbows. They seem like a great family, and the dude is still in amazing shape.

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Kevin FraleyIn 1990 I was sitting in left center field and saw Glenn Braggs reach above the wall and rob a Pirate of a homerun securing a pennant for the Reds! What an exciting game!

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Jeff ShroutI’ll never forget the catch Glenn made in NLCS 1990. Also I saw him after a game in which he stopped and signed all autographs for every kid. Others players didn’t. He did and drove a beautiful Acura NSX too. Classy guy. Lou was right putting him in that game late. He came up big

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Anthony Daniel ConawayThe only Reds player to homer in the Houston Astrodome in 9 games there in the 1991 season. That season Astros wanted to emphasize speed and defense and de-emphasize the long ball so they raised the fences in the Astrodome (already a terrible hitters park) to about 18 feet down the foul lines and 14 feet in center. This would have been like removing the plywood fence at Riverfront Stadium and having to hit the ball in the concourse.

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Jody DonaldsonHappy birthday Glenn! You were the highlight of fantasy camp for me last year in Goodyear. You spent a big part of your lunch working with me, one on one, in the cages between games. it is a memory i will cherish forever. hope you had a great birthday!

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Jimmie EarlsKing of the broken bat over the shoulder!! Happy birthday, champ!

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Larry FischerOne of the nicest guys that I ever meet.We need more people like him!Glad to have meet you after a game in Cincinnati.

4 days ago
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Tien NguyenHumble, for a guy with his last name. I remember when he broke his bat, on a check-swing!!! One big, strong dude.

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Tom ShouseMike Price that catch he made against the pirates was epic

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Samuel EllysonBring these unis back!

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Thomas BolesI loved watching him break them bats off his back

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Rob ShelleyHappy birthday Glen.. member of 1990 World Champions Cincinnati Reds..⚾

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Max Hansel Sr.Happybirthday have a great and blessedday and many more

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David RhodesHappy Birthday, you were great in the 1990 World Series.

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Jeff BrownI got to see him dominate Rookie ball in the Appalachian League. Happy Birthday.

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George J. YuhasGuy was a beast. He brought some inimidation to the steroid A's.

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Mark LamantiaDude was a baller and a beast.

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Tim LutterbieDude could hammer them out, he was IMPRESSIVE!

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Daniel NewThat's a classy looking uniform. Not the pajama looking uniforms they wear now.

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Brandon DillonBroken bat on back was super strong and on the 1990 team. I love the 1990 team members

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Seth Michael WalshI would like to see him and Bo Jackson team up and go for the tag straps.

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Today in Reds history, 1939: Bucky Walters is named NL MVP after winning the Pitching Triple Crown with 27 wins, 2.29 ERA and 137 K. ... See MoreSee Less

Today in Reds history, 1939: Bucky Walters is named NL MVP after winning the Pitching Triple Crown with 27 wins, 2.29 ERA and 137 K.

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Duane YatesBack when you made batters hit your pitch, I would bet his games were quick with low pitch counts. My Dad talked about him, Derringer and how good they were.

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Jim BarbourWalters was traded the following season for a AA prospect and a future draft pick in order to lighten the payroll as 1940 was a rebuilding season.

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Jon PierceToo bad there was no Cy Young Award in '39. The Reds could have had their one and only winner.

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Terry CravensJohnny Vander Meer - back to back No Hitters!

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Kevin MannWalters should have uniform number retired. Travesty!

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Matthew HuffYay, the reds realize they had a history before 1972.

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Jake Hoover137 strikeouts (in 319 ip) was the high, wow. A robust 3.9 k/9

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Randal RawlinsLearn something everyday.

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Ryan PageAny chance he'll be available for spring training?

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Jeff KnappIs he available for next season?

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Pete GreenThat mound doesn't appear to have much elevation.

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Ben CongerKevin Pawell the greatest pitcher of ever.

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David SellsIs he still available?? 🤣

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Ron MetzlerMy how the game has changed. 137Ks.

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Brian Wiseman137k? Lol.

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B. David LilesOne of my dad’s favorites

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