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 SportingNews.com - Baseball : Cincinnati razes Riverfront Stadium
CINCINNATI -- The old Riverfront Stadium, where Hank Aaron tied Babe Ruth's home run record, Pete Rose broke Ty Cobb's hitting record, and the Bengals played one of the NFL's coldest games, was demolished Sunday to make way for a Cincinnati Reds hall of fame.
The Reds played their final season at Cinergy this year and plan to move into the nearly completed Great American Ball Park in the spring.
The Reds went on to win three World Series, back to back in 1975 and '76 with Rose, Tony Perez, Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench leading the Big Red Machine, and then again in 1990.
i.tsn.com /baseball/articles/20021229/447862.html   (602 words)

 Cincinnati Reds Tickets - Get Red Ticket Information
The Cincinnati Reds are looking to rebuild their team after a disappointing 2003 season.
October 20, 1990 -- Playing the role of heavy underdogs to the Oakland A's, the Cincinnati Reds shock the baseball world by sweeping the defending World Champions in the World Series 4-0.
When purchasing Cincinnati Reds tickets, you will be taken to a list of available games.
www.showmetickets.com /mlb/reds_tickets.htm   (815 words)

 Cincinnati Reds News
While the 1990 Reds may not have possessed the aura of fame and titan-like status of the Big Red Machine teams of the 1970s, they did possess their share of legendary characters, future stars and potential Hall-of-Famers.
He hit.250 in the 1990 post-season, played in all four World Series games and caught Carney Lansford's pop foul for the final out in Game 4.
He hit.231 in the post-season, and was a disappointing 1-14 in the World Series, but drove in the series-clinching run in the 8th inning of Game 4 with a sacrifice fly.
reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/cin/news/cin_news_story.jsp?article_id=cin_20020103_90roster_news&team_id=cin   (3601 words)

 Major League Baseball : History : World Series History
Notes: The Cincinnati Reds recorded their first World Series title in 14 years by shocking the Oakland Athletics with a four-game sweep.
The Athletics, defending World Series Champions, came into the Series as heavy favorites after cruising through the regular season, then sweeping Boston in the American League Championship Series.
Cincinnati pitcher Jose Rijo, the Series MVP, outpitched Oakland staff ace Dave Stewart twice, including a 2-1 decision in Game Four.
mlb.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/mlb/history/postseason/mlb_ws_recaps.jsp?feature=1990   (388 words)

 Danny Jackson BaseballLibrary.com
After some early successes, Jackson fought through an 18-loss season in 1987, and the Royals, desperate for a shortstop, dealt him to the Reds for Kurt Stillwell.
November 21, 1990: Veteran P Mike Boddicker (17-8 with Boston) signs as a free agent with the Royals, while
, Norm Charlton, and Randy Myers combine on a one-hitter, as Cincinnati beats the Pirates 2—1 to win the NLCS in six games.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/J/Jackson_Danny.stm   (750 words)

 Cincinnati Reds : News : Cincinnati Reds News
Mahler went to Cincinnati after the 1988 season and was part of the 1990 Reds World Series championship squad.
Rick Mahler, pictured in 1990, was 96-111 with a 3.99 ERA over his 13-year career.
Mahler, who was in the Majors from 1979-91, spent his first 10 big league seasons in Atlanta.
cincinnati.reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/news/article.jsp?ymd=20050302&content_id=954768&vkey=news_cin&fext=.jsp&c_id=cin   (750 words)

 World Series Almanac : 1990
he Oakland Athletics, defending World Series Champions, entered the Series after advancing through the regular season to play against Cincinnati Reds.
Finally the Cincinnati Reds were the winners sweeping the Series in four games.
The Oakland took the lead in Game 3 initially but a homer and two-run shot by third baseman Chris Sabo of the Reds gave them a 8- 3 lead.
www.worldseries-almanac.com /1990_worldseries.html   (171 words)

 Cincinnati Reds News
1990 season: Benzinger was the Reds' regular first baseman until late June, then saw his playing time reduced by a hand injury and the emergence of rookie Hal Morris.
He hit.250 in the 1990 post-season, played in all four World Series games and caught Carney Lansford's pop foul for the final out in Game 4.
Benzinger was traded to the Kansas City Royals in 1991 and played for the Royals, Dodgers and Giants before retiring after the 1995 season.
reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/cin/news/cin_news_story.jsp?article_id=cin_20020103_90roster_news&team_id=cin   (3601 words)

 Doug Drabek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doug went 22-6 with a 2.76 ERA in 1990 en route to winning the National League Cy Young Award and leading the Pirates to the postseason (where they lost in the National League Championship Series to the Cincinnati Reds).
Doug was traded in the off-season with Logan Easley and Brian Fisher to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Rick Rhoden, Cecilio Guante and Tyrone Slothrop.
A right-handed pitcher, Doug won the National League Cy Young Award in 1990.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Doug_Drabek   (417 words)

 USATODAY.com - Reds won't have Larkin around anymore
Larkin helped the Reds win a World Series in 1990, earned NL Most Valuable Player honors in 1995 and was a steadying influence in the clubhouse during former owner Marge Schott's suspensions in the 1990s.
His 18 seasons with Cincinnati are the most that any current major leaguer has spent with one team.
Larkin has been limited by torn groin muscles, a hernia, toe surgery, strained rib cage muscles, a sore neck, a pulled hamstring and recurring problems with his calf muscles, in addition to a finger injury that landed him on the disabled list for the third time this season.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/nl/reds/2003-09-22-larkin-leaving-cincy_x.htm   (799 words)

 Cecil Fielder
Fielder provided one of baseball's most stunning performances in 1990, becoming the first player to reach the 50-home run mark since George Foster slammed 52 for the Cincinnati Reds in 1977.
In 1990, Fielder was the 4th American League player to have two 3-HR games in a season.
Cecil Grant Fielder (born September 21, 1963 in Los Angeles, California) is a former Major League Baseball player who was a popular slugger with the Toronto Blue Jays (1985-88), Detroit Tigers (1990-96), New York Yankees (1996-97), Anaheim Angels and Cleveland Indians (both in 1998).
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/C/Cecil-Fielder.htm   (799 words)

Esasky was traded to the Boston Red Sox from the Cincinnati Reds with Rob Murphy for Todd Benzinger and Jeff Sellers before the 1989 season.
The break-out season allowed the popular Esasky to sign a big 3-year $5.6 million contract with the Atlanta Braves making Nick Esasky one of, if not the major free agent signing in 1990.
Nick Esasky is the worst-case scenario for an athlete with vertigo (or for a free agent signing for that matter).
www.sportspages.com /content/blog.php?p=673&more=1   (573 words)

 Dan Wilson BaseballLibrary.com
Wilson entered the amateur draft in 1990 and was promptly selected in the first round by the Cincinnati Reds.
Though he was still a fine defensive catcher, despite losing a little arm speed, the only thing keeping Wilson secure was a three-year contract he had signed with Seattle before the season began.
League DS League CS Stats through the 2000 season
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/W/Wilson_Dan.stm   (573 words)

 Cincinnati Reds News
Larkin is in his 15th season as the Reds' starting shorstop and is one of only six players (along with Norm Charlton, Eric Davis, Joe Oliver, Paul O'Neill and Jose Rijo) from the 1990 Reds' team still active in the Major Leagues.
Charlton went 1-1 with a 1.50 ERA in the post-season, and pitched a scoreless inning in Game 2 of the World Series.
Charlton recorded a career-high 26 saves for the Reds in 1992, and then went on to pitch for the Mariners, Phillies, Braves, Orioles and Devil Rays.
reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/cin/news/cin_news_story.jsp?article_id=cin_20020103_90roster_news&team_id=cin   (3601 words)

 Exhibit celebrates Reds' 1990 sweep
Saturday, with Benzinger, former Cincinnati pitcher Tom Browning and Hall of Fame Reds beat writer Hal McCoy on hand to greet fans.
It will feature more than 100 items from that season, including the World Series trophy, the ball from the series' final out and the glove former Reds first baseman Todd Benzinger used to catch it.
Broadcasts of the 1990 World Series games will be shown in the museum's theater on Saturdays in October, with Game 1 at 2 p.m.
news.cincinnati.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051005/SPT04/510050375/-1/CINCI   (165 words)

 The American Sportscasters Association-Becoming a Sportscaster
He won a CableACE Award during his first season with ESPN in 1990, a Sports Emmy Award in 1997, and was named ASA Sportscaster of the Year in 1998.
Morgan, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer, began his sportscasting career in 1985 covering the Reds for WLWT-TV.
Jim Gray, reporter for NBC Sports for 10 years, has received critical acclaim for his coverage of such major events as the World Series, the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals and the Olympics.
www.americansportscasters.com /1999year.html   (444 words)

 Atlanta Braves : Roster : Manager and Coaches
Pendleton, a switch-hitter, batted.287 with 71 home runs and 322 RBI in 593 games overall for Atlanta and.270 with 140 homers and 946 RBI in 1,893 games over a 15-year career with the St. Louis Cardinals, Braves, Florida Marlins, Cincinnati Reds and Kansas City Royals.
Pendleton was signed as a free agent by the Reds in January of 1997 and the Royals in January of 1998.
Terry Pendleton is in his fourth season as the Braves hitting coach.
atlanta.braves.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/team/coach_staff_bio.jsp?c_id=atl&coachorstaffid=510102122849   (448 words)

 Oh, those glory days
Just over 15 years ago today, the Reds hit the high-water mark (33-12, 21 games over.500, for a 10-game division lead) in their wire-to-wire World Championship season of 1990.
Former Reds manager Lou Piniella was known for his fiery antics.
Nobody who ever played for Piniella - be it with the Yankees before he came to Cincinnati or with the Mariners after he left - can imagine how Sweet Lou can tolerate the present rate of losing in Tampa Bay.
news.enquirer.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050607/SPT04/506070379/1078/SPT   (448 words)

 Cincinnati Reds : Ballpark : Hall Of Fame Museum - Home
This fall the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum will celebrate the Reds' unforgettable World Championship season of 1990 in a special exhibit that will feature artifacts, memorabilia and complete postseason game broadcasts from the Reds' wire-to-wire march to a world title.
The Reds Hall of Fame, which opened to the public Sept. 25, 2004, is just west of Great American Ball Park, the home of the Cincinnati Reds, along Cincinnati's riverfront.
Now, for the first time, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum offers fans of the Reds, and of baseball, the first comprehensive look into the sport's heralded past.
cincinnati.reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/cin/ballpark/museum/index.jsp   (357 words)

 David Bell Keeps Family Tradition Going by Bill Nichols
Buddy Bell is director of minor league operations for the Chicago White Sox and former star third basemen with the Indians, Texas Rangers, and Cincinnati Reds.
David Bell was the Indians' seventh pick in the June, 1990 draft.
Bell played second base and had a single as the Indians defeated New Britain, 4-2, for their third straight victory to start the 1993 season.
www.lkwdpl.org /nworth/bell.htm   (511 words)

 AllSports' MLB News - Reds cut ties with Barry Larkin
A member of the 1990 World Series champions, he earned National League's Most Valuable Player award in 1995, the last year the Reds made the postseason.
Spending his entire career with the Reds after growing up in Cincinnati, Larkin hit.295 with 960 RBI and 379 stolen bases in 2,180 games.
Larkin was told Tuesday by the Reds that they were ending their 19-year relationship, the longest tenure of a current player with one team.
www.allsports.com /cgi-bin/showstory.cgi?story_id=51574   (510 words)

 News4Jax.com - MLB - Former Major Leaguer Mahler Dies
Mahler, who is survived by his wife and five children, was also a member of the 1990 World Series champion Cincinnati Reds.
Mahler, who spent 11 seasons pitching for the Atlanta Braves, was a minor league pitching coach with the New York Mets last season and was slated to hold the same position this year with Single-A St. Lucie.
Mahler pitched 13 years in the league and compiled a 96-111 mark to go along with a 3.99 earned run average.
www.news4jax.com /mlb/4247918/detail.html   (510 words)

 The Cincinnati Enquirer - Photo Gallery
Larkin acknowledges the crowd after the Reds clinched the 1990 NL West division title, becoming the first NL team to go "wire-to-wire" in first place for the entire season.
reds.enquirer.com /larkin/gallery/photo5.html   (510 words)

 Off diamond, Benzinger a gem of a coach
Todd played for nine major-league baseball seasons (1987-95) with five teams, including the Reds from 1989-91.
Todd Benzinger caught the final out of the 1990 World Series for Cincinnati.
Seven Hills was 24-22 in Todd's first two seasons of coaching, a prelude to the big 2001-02 season.
www.cincinnati.com /preps/2002/01/10/pre_off_diamond.html   (776 words)

 Steve Avery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Steven Thomas Avery (born April 14, 1970 in Trenton, Michigan) is a former left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball with the Atlanta Braves (1990-96), Boston Red Sox (1997-98), Cincinnati Reds (1999) and Detroit Tigers (2003).
In an eleven-season career, Avery posted a 96-83 record with 980 strikeouts and a 4.19 ERA in 1554 2/3 innings pitched.
At age 21, Avery became the youngest pitcher to win a playoff game with an eight-inning six-hitter in Game Two of the 1991 NLCS.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Steve_Avery   (153 words)

 Chris Sabo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christopher Andrew (Chris) Sabo (born January 19, 1962, in Detroit, Michigan) is a former third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Cincinnati Reds (1988-93, 1996), Baltimore Orioles (1994), Chicago White Sox (1995) and St.
Sabo was a relative unknown, having toiled in the minor leagues for several seasons.
Sabo made the National League All-Star team in 1988, 1990 and 1991.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chris_Sabo   (401 words)

 Oakland Athletics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Athletics lost the World Series in 1988 and 1990, losing the latter to the underdog Cincinnati Reds in a shocking 4-game sweep reminiscent of the A’s loss to the Braves 76 years earlier.
The Athletic played in the National Association through 1875, becoming a charter member of the National League in 1876, but were expelled from the N.L. after one season.
Arguably, the Athletics' biggest American League rivals in recent years have been the teams that were their old traditional rivals from decades ago in Philadelphia---the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox---if only because of the hard-fought playoff games between the teams.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Oakland_Athletics   (6449 words)

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