It’s time to find out who is going to the Championship matchup!

Last week, you voted for the Elite Eight matchups in RNR Madness, our 68-team tournament to name the most valuable player in Reds history. We discussed the winners of that round and previewed the Final Four on our most recent podcast. (Go listen to it here!)

As you know, your votes are going to determine the winner of this incredibly important competition. Every week until we crown a champion, you will have the opportunity to vote for who wins each matchup. The polls will open each Sunday at 8:00 pm, and will remain open for precisely three days. Remember that you are voting for “Most Valuable Red.” The definition of “valuable” is open to interpretation and completely up to you. Feel free to leave comments about any particular aspect of the voting, or any individual matchup, and we may discuss it on the podcast.

Remember, this is only an exhibition. This is not a competition. Please…no wagering.

Here’s the updated bracket:

Today, we are opening up the polls for the Final Four.

For research purposes: Johnny Bench | Frank Robinson

Final Four -- Game 1

  • 1 Johnny Bench (86%, 111 Votes)
  • 1 Frank Robinson (14%, 18 Votes)

Total Voters: 129

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Next up:
Joe Morgan | Barry Larkin

Final Four -- Game 2

  • 1 Joe Morgan (65%, 85 Votes)
  • 2 Barry Larkin (35%, 46 Votes)

Total Voters: 131

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Winners will be discussed on the next episode of the podcast, and we’ll have Championship matchup voting next week.

3 Responses

  1. Colorado Red

    Johnny and Joe for the finals.
    (Frank was not with the Reds long enough, and no WS Championships).
    3 of the final 4 are Inner Circle HOF’s .
    Nice list guys.

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  2. Ed

    I like Larkin over Morgan due to the more important position and number of years with the Reds. Both are amazing players but a shortstop is more valuable in my opinion. #yourfriendandmine

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    • Colorado Red

      Yes, but 2 Championships beats 1.
      Joe is an all time great (2nd best at 2nd base in history).
      I also understand why you picked Barry.

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