Reds History

Sparky Who? Reds fans sure know today

John Ring reflects on Sparky Anderson's tenure with the Reds. John was able to interview Sparky in 1986 in Detroit. "He was kind, decent and humble. He never forgot where he came from. He loved baseball and most of all, the Cincinnati Reds."
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.
Chuck Harmon

The Chuck Harmon I Knew

Fresh out of law school in 1995, my first law job was as a clerk at the First District, Ohio Court of Appeals. I worked there for two years—from May 1995 to May 1997. Chuck was the bailiff there during that time, and it gave me an opportunity to talk to him any time I wanted. With the stories he told, wow, I sure wanted.
Riverfront Stadium (Photo: Rick Dikeman)

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.