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Reds Fast Facts
- League and Division
- National League, Central Division
- General Manager
- Dick Williams
- Bryan Price
- Home Stadium
- Great American Ball Park
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2016 Cincinnati Reds Schedule
The Cincinnati Reds season once again ended in disappointment, but they have one goal in mind in 2016 and that is to win the World Series! Despite recent playoff appearances, the Reds opted to hire Bryan Price to replace Dusty Baker as manager. Now in 2016, the Reds are focused on returning to the playoffs, and advancing to the NLCS and beyond for the first time since 1995.
Cincinnati's offense will have a different look to it in 2016. Shin-Soo Choo, who spent the 2013 season as Cincinnati's leadoff hitter and center fielder, signed a long-term contract with the Texas Rangers. Top prospect Billy Hamilton is set to replace Choo in center field. Known for his unbelievable speed, Hamilton figures to improve Cincinnati's outfield defense, and also figures to be a major threat on the bases. Hamilton is one of the most exciting young players in all of baseball, and brings added excitement to the Reds.
Though Hamilton is exciting, Cincinnati's lineup is anchored by first baseman Joey Votto -- one of baseball's very best hitters. Votto is projected to hit .289/.416/.506 -- numbers that the Reds and Reds fans alike would be thrilled to see. Jay Bruce, Brandon Phillips, Todd Frazier and Zack Cozart all project to be above-average regulars for the Reds this season, giving Cincinnati one of the most powerful lineups in the National League. Established in 1881, few teams can boast the history that the Cincinnati Reds have. Known previously as the Red Stockings (1882-89) and Redlegs (1954-59), the Reds have always called Cincinnati home.
About the Cincinnati Reds
The Reds have won five World Series titles (1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990) to go along with nine National League pennants. Baseball used to kick of its season in Cincinnati each season, with the Reds hosting an early day game on Opening Day -- but that tradition has been scrapped, as the season typically opens on Sunday night now.
Many great players have put on the Reds uniform. Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Barry Larkin and the all-time hits leader Pete Rose all spent the glory years of their careers with the Reds.
Don't miss your chance to see the next great Reds team! Head out to Great American Ballpark this season! Check out the Reds' schedule, find your seats and get your Reds tickets today!