Reds Trivia

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Reds Trivia 4/9/08

September 3, 1987: Larry Doughty, the Reds director of scouting, resigns. Doughty believed there was a lack of organizational commitment by Reds owner Marge Schott to scouting and the development of young playe... Read More...
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Reds Trivia 4/8/08

May 27, 1939: The Reds set a modern club record with their 12th consecutive win by downing the Cardinals, 3-2 at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis. The game was called after eight innings by a torrential downpour. ... Read More...
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Reds Trivia 4/7/08

August 22, 1979: Johnny Bench breaks Frank Robinson's club career home run record with his 325th lifetime homer in a 7-2 win over the Expos at Riverfront Stadium. The game was interrupted in the 6th inning whe... Read More...
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Reds Trivia 4/6/08

December 7, 1983: The Reds sign Dave Parker of the Pirates to a free agent contract. Although free agency came into existence in 1976, Parker was the first significant free agent the Reds acquired. Parker won ... Read More...
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Reds Trivia 4/5/08

August 15, 1984:The Reds stun the baseball world by brining Pete Rose back to Cincinnati as player-manager or "manager-player" as was announced by general manager Bob Howsam, who wanted Rose to focus his attent... Read More...
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Reds Trivia 4/4/08

April 17, 1889: Six weeks before North Bend, Ohio native Benjamin Harrison is inaugurated as President, the Reds lose, 5-1 to St. Louis on Opening Day. Reds fans were greeted by a gaily decorated ball park an... Read More...
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Reds Trivia

I'm going to start a feature today that I'm going to try to do on a regular basis, and that is posting some interesting fact or event concerning Reds history. My reference material will be Greg Rhodes and John... Read More...