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Cincinnati Reds Details

The Reds franchise began in 1892. The team originally played as the Cincinnati Red Stockings in the American Association and then shortened the name to “Reds” after joining the National League in 1890.

The Reds have won multiple World Series titles. The Reds teams of the 1970s—known today as “The Big Red Machine”—were some of the best baseball teams of all time. But the franchise also put together a memorable team in 1990, when they defeated the Oakland Athletics in the World Series. That team relied on a strong bullpen; Relievers Norm Charlton, Rob Dibble, and Randy Myers were known as the Nasty Boys. Oakland did not score a single run on the Nasty Boys trio, and the Reds swept the series.

Later in the 90s, the Reds added more star power, including future hall of famer Ken Griffey Jr, but the team only qualified for the playoffs once between 1990 and 2010. That said, the Reds have had some success in the current decade. In 2010, the Reds rode first baseman Joey Votto’s National League MVP season to their first NL Central Division title and playoff appearance since 1995.

The Reds play at Great American Ball Park, which opened in 2003. The park is located in Downtown Cincinnati, near the Ohio River.

How to buy Cincinnati Reds tickets

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  • Browse the above listings of Reds games to find a game you would like to attend. Once you find the perfect date and matchup, click on the green button on the right hand side of the screen to see all available tickets for that game.
  • Next, explore all available tickets on the left hand side of the screen. Filters at the bottom of the page allow tickets to be sorted by price, or by SeatGeek’s Deal Score feature, which ranks tickets by value and tells you exactly how good of a deal you're looking at. On the right hand side, you can explore SeatGeek’s interactive stadium and arena maps to find the perfect seating section, and to get a preview of what a view from a seat in that section will look like.
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Cincinnati Reds schedule

For a list of upcoming Reds games, see the listings at the top of this page.

How much do Reds tickets cost?

SeatGeek has the widest selection of tickets on the web, offering Reds tickets for every fan at every price point. Typically, Reds tickets start at about $12.

Reds Game Experience

SeatGeek asked thousands of MLB fans to weigh in on their baseball stadium experiences, rating atmosphere, in-stadium food, and bathrooms. Great American Ball Park was ranked #22 for atmosphere, #26 for food, and #9 for bathrooms.

Reds fans can browse the full Great American Ball Park Stadium Guide or check out how other MLB stadiums measured up on our MLB Stadium Guide page.

The Reds are winning the battle for Ohio baseball fandom

As the top team in 194 total counties -- 47 in Ohio -- the Reds are currently winning the battle for baseball fandom in the team's home state, according to a SeatGeek analysis published prior to the start of the 2019 MLB season. The rival Indians are the most popular team in 20 Ohio counties, concentrated in the northern part of the state.

Ohio is an interesting case in general, with fandom split across five unique teams: the Pirates in the east on the Pennsylvania border, the Indians surrounding Cleveland, the Tigers on the Michigan border, the Cubs in the west, and the Reds across the central and southern parts of the state. Only Pennsylvania is split among more teams (seven total).

Additional findings in our data include:

  • The Braves, with strong support across the southeastern U.S., are the most popular team in 515 counties -- most in the MLB
  • The Mariners, who control Alaska and much of the Pacific Northwest, are the team that covers the greatest land area
  • The Braves are also in control of the most “out of state counties” with 360, followed by the Royals (223) and Cardinals (205)
  • Baseball allegiance in Pennsylvania is split among seven teams, more than any other state

For a look at additional data and trends, you can find our full blog post on MLB fandom here.

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