Riverfront Stadium I

Johnny Bench 2

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1970

Wayne Granger

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Wayne Granger (CIN)

1970

Johnny Bench 5

N. L. Home Run Leader (45)

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1970

Johnny Bench 6

N. L. RBI Leader (148)

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1970

Bobby Tolan

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (57)

Bobby Tolan (CIN)

1970

1970 AS

July 14th, 1970

National League 5

American League 4

1971 Ken Holtzman

No Hitter:

Ken Holtzman (CHI)

6-3-71

vs. Cincinnati Reds (1-0)

1971 Rick Wise

No Hitter:

Rick Wise (PHI)

6-23-71

vs. Cincinnati Reds (4-0)

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N. L. Most Valuable Player

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1972

Clay Carroll

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Clay Carroll (CIN)

1972

Johnny Bench 4.jpg

N. L. Home Run Leader (40)

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1972

Johnny Bench 7

N. L. RBI Leader (125)

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1972

1972 WS

A’s Defeat Reds

Win World Series 4-3

October 22nd, 1972

Pete Rose 3

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Pete Rose (CIN)

1973

Pete Rose 6

N. L. Batting Champion (.338)

Pete Rose (CIN)

1973

Johnny Bench 8

N. L. RBI Leader (129)

Johnny Bench (CIN)

1974

Joe Morgan

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Joe Morgan (CIN)

1975

Joe Morgan 2

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Joe Morgan (CIN)

1976

Pat Zachry

N.L. Co-Rookie of the Year

Pat Zachry (CIN)

1976

Rawly Eastwick

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Rawly Eastwick (CIN)

1976

George Foster 4

N. L. RBI Leader (121)

George Foster (CIN)

1976

Dan Driessen DH

First NL Designated Hitter

World Series Game 1

Dan Driessen

October 16th, 1976

George Foster

N. L. Most Valuable Player

George Foster (CIN)

1977

George Foster 2

N. L. Home Run Leader (52)

George Foster (CIN)

1977

George Foster 5

N. L. RBI Leader (149)

George Foster (CIN)

1977

Willie McCovey 1

Willie McCovey (SFG)

Two Home Runs

6th Inning

vs. Cincinnati Reds

June 27th, 1977

George Foster 3

N. L. Home Run Leader (40)

George Foster (CIN)

1978

George Foster 6

N. L. RBI Leader (120)

George Foster (CIN)

1978

1978 Pete Rose

3,000th Hit:

Pete Rose

May 5th, 1978

1978 Tom Seaver

No Hitter:

Tom Seaver

6-16-78

vs. St. Louis Cardinals (4-0)

Tom Hume

N.L. Co-Fireman of the Year

Tom Hume (CIN)

1980

Pete Rose

Pete Rose (PHI)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. Cincinnati Reds

May 11th, 1980

Ray Knight

Ray Knight (CIN)

Two Home Runs

5th Inning

vs. New York Mets

May 13th, 1980

Easler Mike 1452.81_Bat_NBL

Cycle:

Mike Easler (PIT)

vs. Cincinnati Reds

June 12th, 1980

1980 Nolan Ryan

3,000th Strikeout:

Nolan Ryan

July 4th, 1980

Tom Seaver 7

N. L. Wins Leader (14)

Tom Seaver (CIN)

1981

1981 Tom Seaver

3,000th Strikeout:

Tom Seaver

April 18th, 1981

Dave Parker 4

N. L. RBI Leader (125)

Dave Parker (CIN)

1985

Jeffrey Leonard

Cycle:

Jeffrey Leonard (SFG)

vs. Cincinnati Reds

June 27th, 1985

Pete Rose - 4192

Pete Rose Breaks Ty Cobb’s

All-Time Hits Record (4192)

September 8th, 1985

BaseBrawl

Ray Knight (NYM) vs. Eric Davis (CIN)

July 22nd, 1986

Chris Sabo

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Chris Sabo (CIN)

1988

John Franco

N.L. Fireman of the Year

John Franco (CIN)

1988

Danny Jackson

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (23)

Danny Jackson (CIN)

1988

1988 Tom Browning

Perfect Game:

Tom Browning

vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (1-0)

9-16-88

Eric Davis

Cycle:

Eric Davis (CIN)

vs. San Diego Padres

June 2nd, 1989

Gary Redus

Cycle:

Gary Redus (PIT)

vs. Cincinnati Reds

August 25th, 1989

Mariano Duncan

N. L. Triples Leader (11)

Mariano Duncan (CIN)

1990

Jose Rijo

N. L. Strikeout Leader (227)

Jose Rijo (CIN)

1993

1993 Mark Whiten

Four Home Runs:

Mark Whiten

September 7th, 1993

Barry Larkin

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Barry Larkin (CIN)

1995

Jeff King 1

Jeff King (PIT)

Two Home Runs

4th Inning

vs. Cincinnati Reds

April 30th, 1996

Jeff Shaw

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Jeff Shaw (CIN)

1997

1988 AS

July 12th, 1998

American League 2

National League 1

Scott Williamson

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Scott Williamson (CIN)

1999

Jack McKeon

N. L. Manager of the Year

Jack McKeon (CIN)

1999

Aaron Boone

Aaron Boone (CIN)

Two Home Runs

1st Inning

vs. San Diego Padres

August 9th, 2002