The Cincinnati Reds, affectionately known as The Big Red Machine, have been spending far too much time in the red. Cincinnati has endured three successive losing seasons and back-to-back last-place finishes in the NL Central. It's been a long dry spell for the Reds, who have enjoyed just three winning campaigns since 2001. 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 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, and the World Series in 1975 and again in 1976.
Cincinnati Reds Next Regular Season Game
Who do the Cincinnati Reds play in their next regular season game? Divert your eyes downwards slightly to find out.
If you like the long ball, then the Reds are your kind of team. Well, they are if you like watching teams cough up home runs. Cincinnati hurlers served up 258 homers in 2016, worst in the National League. The Philadelphia Phillies (213) were a distant second-worst. And the St. Louis Cardinals, who led the NL in hitting homers, clouted just 225 round trippers.
We have the entire Cincinnati Reds game schedule for you below. At 68-94 in 2016, the Reds were tied for the second-worst record in baseball.
The Reds did actually spend four days in first place during the 2016 campaign. OK, the last of those four days was April 10, so it wasn't like they were ever in the pennant race.
What Are The Current Cincinnati Reds Standings
Here's where you will find where the Cincinnati Reds' up to date placing in the NL Central Division standings, and while there hasn't been a lot of good news for Reds fans in recent years, when it has been good, it's been very good.
Cincinnati only shows three winning seasons since 2001 but in each of the successful campaigns - in 2010, 2012 and 2013, the Reds won at least 90 games each year and were a playoff club all three times.
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Votto is a Big Cincinnati Reds Hitting Machine
Cincinnati's Great American Ballpark is a hitter's park and no one hits them out of that park quite like Red first baseman Joey Votto.
Since first being called up to the majors in 2007, Votto has batted .300 in eight different seasons and clubbed at least 20 home runs on seven occasions. Votto has led the National League in on-base percentage five times, in walks four times and once each in doubles, slugging percentage and OPS. He was the NL MVP in 2010.
Hamilton Sets The Table For Cincinnati
One of baseball's more exciting players, Reds leadoff hitter Billy Hamilton gets on base and then makes things happen once he's there.
Hamilton stole a minimum of 56 bases in each season between 2014-16, is a vacuum cleaner in center field and if he could move his career .248 batting average up 10-15 clicks, would be an absolute terror for the opposition to deal with at the top of the Reds' batting order.