Crosley Field

GG - Crosley Field

1912

1912 Reds

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The Crosley Terrace

15′ Incline in Left Field

1912

Crosley Sun Moon

Sun Deck/Moon Deck

Right Field Bleachers

1912

Bob Bescher 4

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (67)

Bob Bescher (CIN)

1912

1913

1913 Reds

1914

1914 Reds

1915

1915 Reds

1916

1916 Reds

Hal Chase 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.339)

Hal Chase (CIN)

1916

1917

1917 Reds

Edd Roush

N. L. Batting Champion (.341)

Edd Roush (CIN)

1917

1918

1918 Reds

Sherry Magee 6

N. L. RBI Leader (76)

Sherry Magee (CIN)

1918

1919

1919 Reds

Cincinnati Reds 1919

N. L. Champions

Cincinnati Reds

1919

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N. L. Batting Champion (.321)

Edd Roush (CIN)

1919

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No Hitter:

Hod Eller

5-11-19

vs. St. Louis Cardinals (6-0)

1920

1920 Reds

1921

1921 Reds

1922

1922 Reds

Eppa Rixey

N. L. Wins Leader (25)

Eppa Rixey (CIN)

1922

Jake Daubert 5

N. L. Triples Leader (22)

Jake Daubert (CIN)

1922

1923

1923 Reds

Dolf Luque

N. L. Wins Leader (27)

Dolf Luque (CIN)

1923

Dolf Luque 2

N. L. ERA Leader (1.93)

Dolf Luque (CIN)

1923

1924

1924 Reds

Edd Roush 3

N. L. Triples Leader (21)

Edd Roush (CIN)

1924

1925

1925 Reds

Dolf Luque 3

N. L. ERA Leader (2.63)

Dolf Luque (CIN)

1925

1926

1926 Reds

Pete Donohue

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Pete Donohue (CIN)

1926

Bubbles Hargrave

N. L. Batting Champion (.353)

Bubbles Hargrave (CIN)

1926

1927

1927 Reds

1928

1928 Reds

1929

1929 Reds

1930

1930 Reds

1931

1931 Reds

1932

1932 Reds

Babe Herman 4

N. L. Triples Leader (19)

Babe Herman (CIN)

1932

1933

1933 Reds

1934

1934 Reds

Cincinnati Tigers

Cincinnati Tigers

Negro League

1934 – 1937

1935

1935 Reds

Ival Goodman

N. L. Triples Leader (18)

Ival Goodman (CIN)

1935

Crosley Field 1st Night Game

Phillies vs. Reds

First Night Game

May 24th, 1935

Joe Medwick

Cycle:

Joe Medwick (STL)

vs. Cincinnati Reds

June 29th, 1935

Kitty Burke

Kitty Burke

First Woman to Bat

July 31st, 1935

1936

1935 Reds

Ival Goodman 2

N. L. Triples Leader (14)

Ival Goodman (CIN)

1936

1937

1937 Reds

1937 Cincinnati Tigers

1938

1938 Reds

Lombardi Ernie 6538-70_FL_PD

Most Valuable Player

Ernie Lombardi (CIN)

1938

Ernie Lombardi 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.342)

Ernie Lombardi (CIN)

1938

1938-johnny-vandermeer

No Hitter:

Johnny Vander Meer

6-11-38

vs. Boston Braves (3-0)

1938-as

July 6th, 1938

National League 4

American League 1

1939

1939 Reds

Cincinnati Reds 1939

N. L. Champions

Cincinnati Reds

1939

Bucky Walters

Most Valuable Player

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1939

Bucky Walters 2

N. L. Wins Leader (27)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1939

Bucky Walters 5

N. L. ERA Leader (2.29)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1939

Frank Mccormick 2

N. L. RBI Leader (128)

Frank McCormick (CIN)

1939

Bucky Walters 7

N. L. Co-Strikeout Leader (137)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1939

1939 WS

Yankees Defeat Reds

Win World Series 4-0

October 8th, 1939

1940

1940 Reds

Cincinnati Reds 1940

N. L. Champions

Cincinnati Reds

1940

Frank McCormick, 1938 June Friest Collection Original in Cold Storage

Most Valuable Player

Frank McCormick (CIN)

1940

Bucky Walters 3

N. L. Wins Leader (22)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1940

Bucky Walters 6

N. L. ERA Leader (2.48)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1940

Lonny Frey

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (22)

Lonny Frey (CIN)

1940

1940-tex-carleton

No Hitter:

Tex Carleton (BKN)

4-30-40

vs. Cincinnati Reds (3-0)

Harry Craft

Cycle:

Harry Craft (CIN)

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers

June 8th, 1940

1940 WS

Reds Defeat Tigers

Win World Series 4-3

October 8th, 1940

1941

1941 Reds

Elmer Riddle 2

N. L. ERA Leader (2.24)

Elmer Riddle (CIN)

1941

Johnny Vander Meer

N. L. Strikeout Leader (202)

Johnny Vander Meer (CIN)

1941

1941-lon-warneke

No Hitter:

Lon Warneke (STL)

8-30-41

vs. Cincinnati Reds (2-0)

1942

1942 Reds

Johnny Vander Meer 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (186)

Johnny Vander Meer (CIN)

1942

1943

1943 Reds

1943 Cincinnati CLowns

Elmer Riddle

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Elmer Riddle (CIN)

1943

Johnny Vander Meer 3

N. L. Strikeout Leader (174)

Johnny Vander Meer (CIN)

1943

1944

1944 Reds

1944 Cincinnati Clowns

Walters Bucky 3865.68WT2q_HS_NBL

N. L. Wins Leader (23)

Bucky Walters (CIN)

1944

Ed Heusser

N. L. ERA Leader (2.38)

Ed Heusser (CIN)

1944

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No Hitter:

Clyde Shoun

5-15-44

vs. Boston Braves (1-0)

1945

1945 Reds

1945 Cincinnati Clowns

1946

1946 Reds

1947

1947 Reds

Ewell Blackwell

N. L. Wins Leader (22)

Ewell Blackwell (CIN)

1947

Ewell Blackwell 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (193)

Ewell Blackwell (CHC)

1947

1947-ewell-blackwell

No Hitter:

Ewell Blackwell

vs. Boston Braves (6-0)

6-18-47

1948

1948 Reds

1949

1949 Reds

Sid Gordon

Sid Gordon (NYG)

Two Home Runs

2nd Inning

vs. Cincinnati Reds

July 31st, 1949

1950

1950 Reds

1951

1951 Reds

1952

1952 Reds

1953

1953 Reds

1953-as

July 14th, 1953

National League 5

American League 1

1954

1954 Reds

Ted Kluszewski

N. L. Home Run Leader (49)

Ted Kluszewski (CIN)

1954

Ted Kluszewski 2

N. L. RBI Leader (141)

Ted Kluszewski (CIN)

1954

1955

1955 Reds

1956

1956 Reds

Frank Robinson 3

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Frank Robinson (CIN)

1956

1957

1957 Reds

1958

1958 Reds

1959

1959 Reds

Frank Robinson 2

Cycle:

Frank Robinson (CIN)

vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

May 2nd, 1959

1960

1960 Reds

1961

1961 Reds

Cincinnati Reds 1961

N. L. Champions

Cincinnati Reds

1961

Frank Robinson 4

Most Valuable Player

Frank Robinson (CIN)

1961

Joey Jay

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Joey Jay (CIN)

1961

1961 WS

Yankees Defeat Reds

Win World Series 4-1

October 9th, 1961

1962

1962 Reds

1963

1963 Reds

Pete Rose 2

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Pete Rose (CIN)

1963

Vada Pinson

N. L. Triples Leader (14)

Vada Pinson (CIN)

1963

1964

1964 Reds

1965

1965 Reds

Deron Johnson

N. L. RBI Leader (130)

Deron Johnson (CIN)

1965

1965-jim-aloney

No Hitter:

Jim Maloney

6-14-65

vs. New York Mets (0-1)

1966

1966 Reds

Tommy Helms

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Tommy Helms (CIN)

1966

Art Shamsky

Art Shamsky (CIN)

Two Extra inning Home Runs

10th & 11th Innings

vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

August 12th, 1966

1967

1967 Reds

Ted Abernathy 2

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Ted Abernathy (CIN)

1967

Vada Pinson 2

N. L. Triples Leader (13)

Vada Pinson (CIN)

1967

1968

1968 Reds

Bench Johnny CR73-555_Bat_NBLMcWilliams

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1968

Pete Rose 4

N. L. Batting Champion (.335)

Pete Rose (CIN)

1968

1969

1969 Reds

Wayne Granger 2

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Wayne Granger (CIN)

1969

Pete Rose 5

N. L. Batting Champion (.348)

Pete Rose (CIN)

1969

Bill Singer 1st Save

First Official Save

Bill Singer

April 7th, 1969

1969-jim-maloney

No Hitter:

Jim Maloney

4-30-69

vs. Houston Astros (10-0)

1969-don-wilson

No Hitter:

Don Wilson (HOU)

5-1-69

vs. Cincinnati Reds (4-0)

1970

1970 Reds

1970-hank-aaron

3000th Hit:

Hank Aaron

May 17th, 1970