The Cincinnati Reds, affectionately known as “The Big Red Machine,” are one of Major League Baseball’s member clubs, now playing in the National League Central Division. The Reds have won five World Series titles, although they have not got their hands on one since 1990, and enjoyed their best spell of success during the 1970s. the Cincinnati Reds won the National League West Division title in 1970, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, and 1979, National League Pennants in 1970, 1972, 1975, and 1976, then the World Series in 1975 and again in 1976.
It was during this period that the team gained its Big Red Machine nickname.
Cincinnati Reds Next Regular Season Game
Having endured another losing season, where they lost 47 games at home and 51 games away, the Cincinnati Red will not be favorites going into many of their fixtures in 2016.
Who do the Cincinnati Reds play in their next regular season game? Divert your eyes downwards slightly to find out.
Cincinnati Reds Game Schedule
We have the entire Cincinnati Red game schedule for you below. Check out September, which looks extremely tough for the Reds with several big teams scheduled to play.
What Are The Current Cincinnati Reds Standings
Do you think the Cincinnati Reds can improve their record and even their position in the MLB this season? The current standings, below, tell the full story.
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Sadly for fans of the Cincinnati Reds, matters have gone downhill since, and despite winning 96 games in 1999, and finishing 2000 with an 85-77 record, the Reds did not have another winning season until 2010.
2015 saw the Red finish with a 64-98 (.395) record, enough for fifth place in the National League Central, and 29th overall, a position that MLB experts believe will be the same in the 2016 season.
The Reds lost several key players at the end of the 2015 season, a season that saw them lose 98 games, but they do still have some top baseball talent in their roster, with first baseman Joey Votto being a superb player.
A good start to the season is vital for the Cincinnati Reds because their final 23 games of the season see them go to battle with the Cardinals, Cubs, and Pirates (and the Brewers) and those three teams are expected to be challenging for the World Series this year.
Departures Could Hit Cincinnati Reds Hard
Until 2015, the Reds held the record for the longest streak, 32 years, among the four major North American sports for not finishing bottom of their respective leagues. It is not going to take anywhere near as long for it to happen again as they are favorites to finish bottom in 2016.
Losing All-Star players Topdd Frazier and Aroldis Chapman severely weakened the Reds’ roster, and that duo has not been replaces sufficiently with trades in or the Reds’ farm system. It could be a long, drawn out season for Reds fans in 2016.