Johnny Bench

A generation after Johnny Bench’s last game, he remains the…

Jack Billingham

Although the 1970s Reds were famous for their great offense,…

Pedro Borbón

Given the offensive firepower of the Big Red Machine, it is quite…

Marty Brennaman

On July 23, 2000, Marty Brennaman, radio voice of the Cincinnati…

Tom Carroll

Recalled from the minor leagues near midseason by the Cincinnati…

Terry Crowley

“They say I’m a good pinch-hitter, but maybe if I ever came…

Pat Darcy

With his 29th pitch of the game on October 21, 1975, Cincinnati…

Rawly Eastwick

In art, a painter may create masterpieces on canvas. In baseball…

Doug Flynn

“This game is tough to play,” said 11-year major-league infielder…

George Foster

A right-handed power-hitting outfielder, George Foster was a…

Cesar Geronimo

Playing on a squad that featured such top-rank stars as Johnny…

Alex Grammas

There was never an Alex Grammas question on Family Feud. However,…

Ken Griffey Sr.

Baseball lore is rich with stories of fathers and sons playing…

Don Gullett

A three-sport star in high school, Don Gullett became a professional…

Tom Hall

Tom Hall’s physique, usually listed as 6-feet and 150 pounds…

Bob Howsam

Bob Howsam would consider himself one of the last of a breed.…

Will McEnaney

In his youth, Will McEnaney was a mischief-maker. In his adulthood,…

Joe Morgan

Hitting for average and power and stealing bases with aplomb,…

Gary Nolan

Eighteen-year-old Cincinnati Reds pitcher Gary Nolan, in his…

Bill Plummer

Role players have long existed in baseball. At least since 1910,…

Merv Rettenmund

By his own account, Merv Rettenmund was a “scuffler” more…

Pete Rose

The 1970 All-Star Game, at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati,…

George Scherger

“He knows more about baseball than I’ll ever know,” Hall…

John Vukovich

Hitting mammoth home runs and striking out ten hitters a game…