Cincinnati Reds

Founded: 1881
Team Owner: Bob Castellini
Manager: David Bell
Team Icon: Johnny Bench
Overall Record: 10,713-10,501
AAA Minor League Affiliate: Louisville Bats
World Series Titles: 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990
Stadium: Great American Ball Park (2003–present)
Stadium Capacity: 43,500
Previous Ball Parks: Riverfront Stadium (1970–2002), Crosley Field (1912–1970), Palace of the Fans (1902–1911), League Park (II) (1894–1901), League Park (I) (1884–1893), Bank Street Grounds (1882–1883)
City: Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds are the oldest professional baseball team in the Major Leagues. They began as the Cincinnati Red Stockings in 1881 because, yes, you guessed it, they wore red stockings with their uniforms. Eventually they changed the name to Redlegs, and soon after shortened that to just Reds. 

Thanks to the Red Scare of the 1950s, the team decided to go back to being called the Cincinnati Redlegs so as not to be associated with the commies. With the apparent threat of nuclear annihilation no longer a risk to the great people of Cincinnati in 1961, they switched back to the Reds as they've been ever since.

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