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Cincinnati Reds Baseball Tickets

Under one name or another, the Cincinnati Reds are the oldest professional team in all of baseball. With more than 140 years under its belt, this ball club clad in red and white has one of the most colorful histories in all of Major League Baseball - from a host of name changes over the decades to arguably the most controversial figure in the sport, Pete Rose.

The Reds are a classic team that’s faced some tough seasons as of late, but the National League Central Division team still has a faithful following of supporters that fill the Great American Ball Park every season. If you’re ready to see a great game, get your Cincinnati Reds tickets today!

First years
The Cincinnati Red Stockings, the city’s first ball team, walked onto the diamond for their first game on Nov. 6, 1869, against the Mutuals of New York. The first team of nine players to all be paid for playing baseball would go onto a perfect season with an 57-0 record in 1869 and continue its huge winning streak in 1870 until falling to the Brooklyn Atlantics and later disbanding.

It wasn’t until six years later that the team would regroup and become one of the eight charter members of the National League. Yet it only took four years for Reds to be banned by the NL for selling beer during game days and using the ballpark on Sundays. The team still played on, though, until the NL granted it permission to rejoin in 1889.

The Reds would go on to win its first World Series title in 1919, beating Shoeless Joe Jackson and the rest of the Chicago White Sox, who allegedly threw the game.

Pete Rose
The 1919 Chicago White Sox wouldn’t be the only players slapped with gambling accusations. One of the Reds’ and the game’s best players, Pete Rose, pulled double duty in the early ’80s as both a player and team manager. Rose is still baseball’s No. 1 hitter with 4,256 hits to his name, but his legend is tarnished after revelations that he gambled on ball games. The player is still a hot topic today as baseball fans and historians debate his lifetime ban from the league and the Baseball Hall of Fame. 

Barry Larkin
One of the most beloved of all the players the Reds ever fielded is Barry Larkin, a wizard at both bat and stealing bases, who spent his whole career with the Ohio team. The Hall of Fame inductee helped his team clinch the 1990 World Series title against the Oakland A’s. Larkin also became the first shortstop in the MLB to gain the 30 for 30 title by racking up 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases in the same season in 1996.