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May 25
Saturday, May 25
Sat • 7:15 PM
7:15 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
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May 26
Sunday, May 26
Sun • 1:40 PM
1:40 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
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May 27
Monday, May 27
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4:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
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May 28
Tuesday, May 28
Tue • 6:40 PM
6:40 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
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May 29
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Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati, OH
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May 31
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Wrigley Field
Chicago, IL
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Chicago, IL
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Chicago, IL
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Coors Field
Denver, CO
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The Cincinnati Reds: A Legacy of Baseball Tradition and Success

As the oldest professional baseball team in existence, the Cincinnati Reds have a storied history that dates back to their establishment in 1869. With a legacy that spans over a century and a half, the Reds have experienced numerous memorable moments, from thrilling playoff runs to iconic players who have left an indelible mark on the team's history. As one of the most beloved franchises in Major League Baseball, the Reds' story is a fascinating journey through the annals of America's pastime.

The playoff history of the Cincinnati Reds is filled with excitement and accomplishment. The team has captured five World Series titles, with the most recent championship coming in 1990. The Reds' most successful era was during the 1970s, when they earned the nickname "The Big Red Machine" due to their dominant play. Led by manager Sparky Anderson and a roster of legendary players, the team won back-to-back World Series titles in 1975 and 1976, cementing their place in baseball history.

Throughout their existence, the Reds have been home to numerous legendary players who have contributed to the team's enduring success. Hall of Famers such as Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, and Tony PĂ©rez have all donned the Reds uniform, leaving a lasting impact on the team's legacy. In more recent years, stars like Barry Larkin, Joey Votto, and Ken Griffey Jr. have continued the tradition of excellence, becoming fan favorites and leading the team to success on the field.

One of the most iconic aspects of the Cincinnati Reds is their home stadium, Great American Ball Park. Opened in 2003, this picturesque ballpark offers fans a stunning view of the Ohio River and the Cincinnati skyline. With a variety of fan-friendly amenities and a strong focus on the team's rich history, Great American Ball Park provides a unique and memorable experience for baseball fans of all ages.

As one of the top sports venues in Cincinnati, Great American Ball Park has also hosted a range of events beyond baseball, including concerts and college baseball games. The surrounding area, known as The Banks, offers fans a wide array of dining and entertainment options, ensuring a complete game-day experience. The ballpark's convenient downtown location also makes it easily accessible for fans from all over the city.

The Cincinnati Reds have a rich and storied history that encompasses thrilling playoff runs, legendary players, and a beautiful, fan-friendly stadium. To witness the excitement of Reds baseball in person, be sure to purchase tickets from Event Tickets Center and join the passionate fanbase cheering on their beloved team at Great American Ball Park.

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Venue Date Price Tickets Available
Great American Ball Park May 25, 2024 From $27 497
Great American Ball Park May 26, 2024 From $18 1,371
Great American Ball Park May 27, 2024 From $12 1,330
Great American Ball Park May 28, 2024 From $12 2,664
Great American Ball Park May 29, 2024 From $10 3,014
Wrigley Field May 31, 2024 From $25 2,635
Wrigley Field Jun 1, 2024 From $51 2,539
Wrigley Field Jun 2, 2024 From $38 2,812
Coors Field Jun 3, 2024 From $19 4,089
Coors Field Jun 4, 2024 From $15 4,427