Great American Ballpark

1999 Reds: When Sean Casey became The Mayor

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.
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Rookie Reds Managers that never made it one season

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.
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The day the Reds got Tom Seaver

For the first time since 1969, the Reds had an ace pitcher. The Reds had a stopper. A stud. A guy nobody wanted to face. A dominating pitcher that could anchor a pitching staff.