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Jun 24, 2017
Sat, 4:05 PM
Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
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Jun 25, 2017
Sun, 1:35 PM
Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
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Jun 26, 2017
Mon, 3:15 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Busch Stadium
St. Louis
,
MO
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Jun 27, 2017
Tue, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jun 28, 2017
Wed, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jun 29, 2017
Thu, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jun 30, 2017
Fri, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 01, 2017
Sat, 4:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 02, 2017
Sun, 1:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 03, 2017
Mon, 6:10 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds
Coors Field
Denver
,
CO
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Jul 04, 2017
Tue, 6:10 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds
Coors Field
Denver
,
CO
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Jul 05, 2017
Wed, 6:40 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds
Coors Field
Denver
,
CO
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Jul 06, 2017
Thu, 1:10 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds
Coors Field
Denver
,
CO
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Jul 07, 2017
Fri, 6:40 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Cincinnati Reds
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
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Jul 08, 2017
Sat, 7:10 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Cincinnati Reds
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
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Jul 09, 2017
Sun, 1:10 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Cincinnati Reds
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
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Jul 14, 2017
Fri, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 15, 2017
Sat, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 16, 2017
Sun, 1:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 17, 2017
Mon, 12:35 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 18, 2017
Tue, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 19, 2017
Wed, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 20, 2017
Thu, 12:35 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 21, 2017
Fri, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Miami Marlins
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 22, 2017
Sat, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Miami Marlins
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 23, 2017
Sun, 1:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Miami Marlins
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
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Jul 24, 2017
Mon, 7:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Cincinnati Reds
Progressive Field
Cleveland
,
OH
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Jul 25, 2017
Tue, 7:05 PM
New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds
Yankee Stadium
Bronx
,
NY
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Jul 26, 2017
Wed, 1:05 PM
New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds
Yankee Stadium
Bronx
,
NY
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Jul 27, 2017
Thu, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Cincinnati Reds
Marlins Ballpark
Miami
,
FL
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Reds Struggle in 2015

The Reds found themselves on the bottom of the National League Central by the end of the 2015 season. The team went 1-9 for their last ten games, winning just 64 in total. Their outlook for 2016 isn't so great either. Projections are that the Reds might win 73 games this season. Not much better than 2015, but at least it's going in the right direction. Some feel that the team is going the route that the Houston Astros took. Work the numbers, and see what comes. Cincinnati fans will have to wait a few more years for this team to make the playoffs.

Reds Baseball History

Founded in 1876, the Cincinnati Reds organization was one of the founding members of the National League. However they did not begin play until 1882. Why? Because they irritated league President William Hulbert by selling beer at the ballpark and playing games on Sunday. Don’t laugh. After many arguments and debates, the Reds finally began play in 1882, under the name of the Cincinnati Red Stockings. In 1890 they changed their name to the Cincinnati Reds and it remained that way until 1953. In 1954 they tried a short-lived experiment with the name Redlegs but switched back to Reds following the 1958 season. What is more interesting, is the all the different places they have called home in Cincinnati.

When the Reds organization originally began play in 1882 under the name of the Cincinnati Red Stockings, they played at Bank Street Grounds. They only played there for two seasons before moving into the League Park (I), which was also known as American Park. They played there from 1884 to 1893 before moving into League Park (II), in 1894. They played in the Second League Park from 1894 to 1901. In 1902 they moved into League Park (III) which was also known as the Palace of the Fans. They played there from 1902 to 1911 before moving into Crosley Field in 1912. Also known as Redland Field, the Reds actually stayed in Crosley Field through the end of the 1970 season. In 1971 they moved into Riverfront Stadium, also known as Cinergy Field, and stayed there until 2002. In 2003 they moved into their current home, The Great American Ballpark.

The Reds have enjoyed good success during their history. They have won 9 National League Pennants most recently in 1990. In addition, they have also won five World Series, 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, and 1990. The Reds teams of the 1970’s were perhaps the greatest baseball team ever built. The first four players in the batting order, Joe Morgan, Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, and Tony Perez, are all in the hall of fame, or should be, as we know all about Pete Rose. But that is a different story for a different day. Rose is baseball’s all time leader in hits, Perez hit over 500 home runs, Johnny Bench might be the greatest catcher who ever lived, and Joe Morgan showed the world that players can have both power and speed, becoming one of the most electrifying players in baseball history.

The Reds fell on some tough times since their World Series title but have rebuilt, and are now one of the most exciting teams in baseball. Joey Votto might now be te game’s best first baseman. Billy Hamilton is a young talent at the top of the lineup who can flat out fly. Brandon Phillips is the ever-present professional. Jay Bruce, when he is on, is perhaps the scariest hitter in the game. Then you have a strong rotation anchored by Johnny Cueto and Matt Latos. Add into that the most terrifying closer in the game in the “Cuban Missle” Arodlis Chapman, and you have all the ingredients needed for a team that is more than worth watching.

The Cincinnati Reds finished the 2015 season 64-98, good for last place in the National League Central, and the second-worst record overall in baseball. This can be partially attributed to the Reds decision to begin a rebuilding process, which they started by trading Johnny Cueto to the Royals before the trade deadline. The Reds continued that rebuild into this past offseason when they traded closer Aroldis Chapman to the Yankees and third basemen Todd Frazier to the White Sox.

Entering the 2016 season, the Reds didn't have high hopes. They were predicted to finish fourth in the National League Central and with one of the worst records overall again. So far this season the Reds have been exactly that. The Reds currently sit at 53-71, good for last place in the NL Central. The Reds continued their moves towards the future this summer when they traded outfielder Jay Bruce to the Mets before the trade deadline. It will take some time, but the reds are building something.

The Cincinnati Reds had an awful, but expected, 2016 season. 68-94 was the final record last year, good for last place in the National League Central, and a three-way tie for the worst record in the National League overall. Entering the off season, the plan for the Reds was obvious and straight to the point: Continue to unload any remaining veterans, and stockpile the farm system, which is exactly what they did. Their biggest move over the winter was finally trading long-time second baseman Brandon Phillips to the Atlanta Braves. The last two remaining veterans to move are Joey Votto and Homer Bailey, both of which are proving to be difficult. Other than that, the club spent the off-season making very small irrelevant moves and settling arbitration with guys like Tony Cingrani, Zack Cozart, and Billy Hamilton. Expect more of the same from the Reds in 2017.

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