Leo Bradley

Leo Bradley is a baseball historian, songwriter, musician, and singer. He wrote and recorded for Fraternity Records the 1999 album “One Bounce and You’re Out, the history of baseball in song” (16 original songs) and the 2003 album, “Remembering the Reds, the history of the Cincinnati Reds in song” (18 original songs). He has also written a play, Bleachers, a musical. His 2009 book, Underrated Reds, the Story of the 1939-40, the Team’s First Undisputed Championship, is being widely acclaimed as one of the most comprehensive and accurate looks at a long-forgotten Reds era. Bradley is professor emeritus in the Department of Educational Leadership in the College of Professional Sciences at Xavier University, Cincinnati.

 

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  • October 8, 1940: Reds pitching prevails and Cincinnati celebrates first World Series title in two decades
  • October 2, 1940: Jittery Reds lose World Series opener to Bobo Newsom and the Tigers

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