Taking a look back, the 1999 Cincinnati Reds ended the season in the roughest way you can end a season, when winning 96 games.
McKeon's bullpen was the strength behind the final penant chase that Riverfront stadium would ever see. Here's to the Cincinnati Reds' diverse relievers
On the field, Sean Casey could do everything but run. He could hit for average, hit for power, was a leader on the field and lefties didn't bother him a bit. Casey captivated Reds fans. And a lot of us remember him still today. The Mayor was a class act.
Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell has been under some heat, at least from a segment of the fanbase in his first year. Some past managers didn't make it through their 1st year. Let's look back at how those seasons played out.