Redleg Nation readers, let’s march on. Let’s now go for the Reds team RBI leaders by letter of the alphabet. Once again, there is no X included. We’ll only be including the years that the player actually played for the Reds.

Good luck, guys!

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22 Responses

  1. per14

    Frank Robinson or Rose? Not sure. I’ll say PER.
    Bench
    Perez
    Larkin
    Klu
    Morgan
    Dunn
    Griffey…..Jr.
    Concepcion
    Temple

  2. brublejr

    Aurilla
    Irwin
    Quinones
    Reggie Sanders
    Taubensee
    Curt Walker
    D. Young
    Zitzman
    O’Neil

  3. Steve Price

    Lots of answers are correct….they will be listed below….at the bottom of the list will be where other answers stand…

    Still open: A, D, H, J, M, N, U

    A
    B Johnny Bench 1376
    C Dave Concepcion 950
    D
    E Nick Esasky 319
    F George Foster 861
    G Ken Griffey jr 602
    H
    I Charlie Irwin 317
    J
    K Ted Klusweski 886
    L Barry Larkin 960
    M
    N
    O Paul O’Neill 411
    P Tony Perez 1192
    Q Luis Quinones 82
    R Pete Rose 1036
    S Reggie Sanders 431
    T Eddie Taubensee 330
    U
    V Who’s the all-time leader? (Joey Votto 185 (modern leader)
    W Curt Walker 482
    X No X
    Y Dmitri YOung 296
    Z Billy Zitzman 87

    Frank Robinson is second with 1009
    Joe Morgan is third with 612
    Adam Dunn is second with 646
    Johnny Temple is third with 300
    Joey Votto is the modern leader…who’s the all-time leader?
    Joe Oliver is third with 342
    Ron Oester is second with 344
    Rick Aurilia is fourth with 138

  4. Steve Price

    Danny Driessen is the D with 670

  5. hoosierdad

    Frank McCormick? He had some great years during World War II. Seems like he was a clutch RBI man. Nux used to talk about him.

  6. Steve Price

    Frank McCormick is the modern leader with 800.

    Who’s the all-time leader?

    Updated list:

    A
    B Johnny Bench 1376
    C Dave Concepcion 950
    D Dan Driessen, 670
    E Nick Esasky 319
    F George Foster 861
    G Ken Griffey jr 602
    H
    I Charlie Irwin 317
    J
    K Ted Klusweski 886
    L Barry Larkin 960
    M Who’s the all-time leader? (Frank McCormick is the modern leader with 800)
    N
    O Paul O’Neill 411
    P Tony Perez 1192
    Q Luis Quinones 82
    R Pete Rose 1036
    S Reggie Sanders 431
    T Eddie Taubensee 330
    U
    V Who’s the all-time leader? (Joey Votto 185 (modern leader)
    W Curt Walker 482
    X No X
    Y Dmitri YOung 296
    Z Billy Zitzman 87

  7. KY Chip

    Bid McPhee – all-time “M” leader with 1067 RBI.
    Farmer Vaughn – all-time “V” leader with 414.

    H – Dick Hoblitzel, 409 RBI (Bug Holliday, all time leader with 617)
    J – Deron Johnson, 343 RBI (?)

  8. Steve Price

    Bid McPhee and Farmer Vaughan are the all-time M and V leaders.

    Deron Johnson is the J leader.

    Dick Hoblitzel is third all-time, and second in modern times. Bug Holliday is the all-time leade.

    Who’s the modern leader for H?

    We still need A, N, and U.

  9. per14

    Ah! Me and Ky Chip are not the same guy.

  10. Steve Price

    Bobby Adams is the A leader with 279. Joe Adcock is second with 154.

    Grady Hatton is the H leader with 429

    The U will be tougher….those resourceful will have seen his name before….

    For the record…in my opinion, these have been some of the easier ones; some pitching ones will still be easy…if you guys are good to go we can do some harder ones…

  11. Steve Price

    Updated chart:

    A Bobby Adams 279
    B Johnny Bench 1376
    C Dave Concepcion 950
    D Dan Driessen, 670
    E Nick Esasky 319
    F George Foster 861
    G Ken Griffey jr 602
    H Grady Hatton, 429 (all-time leader Bug Holliday 617)
    I Charlie Irwin 317
    J Deron Johnson 343
    K Ted Klusweski 886
    L Barry Larkin 960
    M Frank McCormick 800 (all-time leader Bid McPhee 1067)
    N
    O Paul O’Neill 411
    P Tony Perez 1192
    Q Luis Quinones 82
    R Pete Rose 1036
    S Reggie Sanders 431
    T Eddie Taubensee 330
    U
    V Joey Votto 185 (Farmer Vaughan all-time leader with 414)
    W Curt Walker 482
    X No X
    Y Dmitri YOung 296
    Z Billy Zitzman 87

  12. Steve Price

    Oh…

    The N leader is a pro football Hall of Famer.

  13. KY Chip

    U – Bob Usher — only Red I can think of with a “U”.

    N – Greasy Neale

  14. Steve Price

    KY Chip ges the last two….

    Bob Usher is the U leader with 75.
    Greasy Neale is the N leader with 199.

    Total list:

    A Bobby Adams 279
    B Johnny Bench 1376
    C Dave Concepcion 950
    D Dan Driessen, 670
    E Nick Esasky 319
    F George Foster 861
    G Ken Griffey jr 602
    H Grady Hatton, 429 (all-time leader Bug Holliday 617)
    I Charlie Irwin 317
    J Deron Johnson 343
    K Ted Klusweski 886
    L Barry Larkin 960
    M Frank McCormick 800 (all-time leader Bid McPhee 1067)
    N Greasy Neale 199
    O Paul O’Neill 411
    P Tony Perez 1192
    Q Luis Quinones 82
    R Pete Rose 1036
    S Reggie Sanders 431
    T Eddie Taubensee 330
    U Bob Usher, 75
    V Joey Votto 185 (Farmer Vaughan all-time leader with 414)
    W Curt Walker 482
    X No X
    Y Dmitri YOung 296
    Z Billy Zitzman 87

  15. KY Chip

    Thanks for the FB HOF tip. That did the trick.