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Cincinnati Reds Postseason History
Earning the nickname the Big Red Machine based on their strong performances in the postseason, the Cincinnati Reds have had plenty of success when the games have mattered most. Riding some of the best players of their generations through the playoffs, the Reds have won multiple championships and have been the best team in the league on multiple occasions.
The most successful period in Reds postseason history came when the team made the World Series in four years during a seven-year period. That period of time came from 1970 to 1976, and ended with the Reds winning back-to-back titles in 1975 and 1976. Those teams were full of Hall of Famers, but no two players were more influential to the Reds chances than Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench.
During that run of four World Series appearances, Morgan and Bench each won two Most Valuable Player awards, and were clearly at the top of the league in terms of talent. Bench also won World Series MVP honors when he hit .533 in the team’s four-game sweep of the New York Yankees. Given that a .300 batting average is considered a huge success in baseball, Bench’s ability to hit so well against the American League champions was simply astounding.
Also on those Reds teams was Pete Rose, who was a lifetime .321 hitter in the postseason. Rose earned World Series MVP honors in 1975, when he hit .370 over the course of the seven-game series, with a .485 on-base percentage. Rose piled up a ton of hits in his career, but none were more important than the ones in that series.
In terms of postseason rivalries, the Pittsburgh Pirates would be a natural choice for the Reds, given that the two teams are division opponents in the National League Central. They met several times in the playoffs during the Reds’ run atop the National League, with the fact that they played each other so many times during the season only making the matchups more enjoyable. With both teams knowing so much about one another, there were no surprises as both teams tried to simply outplay the other.
When Do Reds Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Reds playoff tickets go on sale at or around the time the team clinches a place in the postseason. This usually happens in September or early October, but can happen earlier depending on how well the Reds perform compared to the rest of the league.
How Much Do Reds Playoff Tickets Cost?
Tickets to see the Cincinnati Reds in the playoffs cost $97 on average. That number can vary, though, depending on what round of the playoffs the Reds are competing in. If the Reds are in the World Series, for example, their tickets are likely to be more expensive than they would be in the Wild Card round. Where in the ballpark a fan wants to sit is also a factor.