Cincinnati Reds were a charter member of the American Association in 1882 before joining the National League in 1890. The Reds, who play at the Great American Ball Park, are part of the National League Central division, one of the toughest MLB divisions overall. Nicknamed The Big Red Machine, the Cincinnati Reds have five World Series titles to their name, the first coming in 1919, and the last in 1990. In the 1970s, the Reds were an excellent team, winning six of their seven National League West division titles.
They also won four National League Pennants, and two World Series. This was the team that earned The Big Red Machine moniker.
The Reds won 96 games in the 1999 season, but lost to the New York Mets in a one game playoff. The following year, the Reds went 85-77, but it was not enough for Jack McKeon to keep his job; the Reds did not have another winning season until 2010.
Reds fans endured a long, hard season in 2015 with their team finishing with a 64-98 record, which was the second worst record in the league, and the Reds’ worst finish since 1982. This poor season was not helped by the Reds being forced to trade to star pitchers in Johnny Cueto and Mike Leake, and receiving minor league pitching prospects for both.
The roster has been further weakened with the exits of Todd Frazier and Aroldis Chapman, which suggests it could be another season of sorrow for those long suffering Reds fans.
Cincinnati Reds Betting Lines Today
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Cincinnati Reds Scores & Schedule
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Cincinnati Reds Standings Right Now
Where do Cincinnati Reds stand in the National League Central division right now? How far away are the Reds from moving up a place? The standings table below reveals all.
How To Win At Cincinnati Reds Betting
With them finishing 2015 with a 64-98 (.395) record, you may be better off betting against the Cincinnati Reds if you are looking to make money betting on their matches.
The Reds were slightly better at home than they were away (34-47 compared to 30-51), but neither form is exactly going to set the world alight.
One NL Central game that could see the Reds excel is the fixture against the Milwaukee Brewers, who are another team who seem to struggle in this division, partly because of how strong the other three franchises are; the Chicago Cubs look very impressive indeed.
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