April 12, 1912: Cincinnati's Redland Field hosts its first game

The Cincinnati Reds started the 1912 season in a new venue, one…

April 26, 1915: Reds blow big lead, come back to beat Cubs, 13-12

In the long, often inglorious history of the Chicago Cubs, they…

June 11, 1915: Reds' Rube Benton fans 14 in extra-inning shutout

As readers scanned the morning editions of their hometown dailies…

April 16, 1918: Reds' Pete Schneider tosses one-hitter on Opening Day

It was the “first opening game since our energies have been…

May 11, 1919: Hod Eller tosses first no-hitter at Crosley Field

Hod Eller displayed a “splendid exhibition of perfect hurling,”…

October 2, 1919: Reds take advantage of Lefty Williams’s wildness in Game 2

After the Cincinnati Reds stunned the “baseball dope” in…

October 7, 1919: Rookie Dickey Kerr keeps White Sox alive in Game 6

The Cincinnati Reds could be forgiven for celebrating too hard…

October 8, 1919: Eddie Cicotte returns to form in Game 7

Optimism was in short supply among Cincinnati Reds fans on the…

July 8, 1924: Reds' Rixey wrecks Phillies in 16-inning gem

After the brilliant high of winning the first World Series championship…

June 21, 1926: Reds' Wally Pipp ends the longest day of 1926 in 16th inning

It began just after 3:00 in the afternoon when Cincinnati’s…

April 25, 1928: Red Lucas goes the distance for Reds in 17 innings

After the brilliant high of winning the first World Series championship…

May 7, 1932: Bombardi! Ernie Lombardi's walk-off triple helps Reds sink Braves

On a warm Saturday afternoon in early May 1932,1 the day Burgoo…

June 18, 1933: Rixey, Reds up-end Cardinals long before Cooperstown comes calling

A pessimistic attitude bounded about Redland Field as the Cincinnati…

July 16, 1933: Roy Parmelee, Red Lucas battle all the way in extra-inning tilt

A warm, humid Sunday afternoon hovered over the west side of…

April 17, 1934: Cubs' Lon Warneke makes history with Opening Day one-hitter

Opening Day of the baseball season is always a festive occasion,…

July 1, 1934: Dizzy and Ducky lead Cardinals to marathon victory in Cincinnati

It was a “titanic struggle,” declared sportswriter Jack Ryder…

May 24, 1935: Reds fans see the lights in first night game in MLB history

Many baseball fans consider Branch Rickey the greatest innovator…

June 11, 1938: Reds' Johnny Vander Meer tosses first no-hitter

The Cincinnati Reds were one of the surprise teams in baseball…

July 6, 1938: The summer of Vander Meer continues with All-Star win at Crosley Field

Johnny Vander Meer was enjoying a summer to remember. A spot…

September 28, 1939: A trifecta for McKechnie, a pennant for Cincinnati

The Reds were on the brink. Twenty years removed from their only…