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About This Site
I have been a die-hard Cincinnati Reds fan all of my life.  My first memory of the Reds is Johnny Bench's game tying home run to right field in the 1972 NL Championship series against the Pittsburgh Pirates, and George Foster scoring the winning run on a wild pitch.  I can remember listening to Reds games on the car radio and anxiously waiting to hear Joe Nuxhall say "This is the Ol' Lefthander rounding third and heading for home. Good night Everybody."  There were many nights spent secretly listening to games on a tiny transistor radio stuck under my pillow, while I tried to listen with the other ear for one of my parents coming down the hall.  As far as I know, they never caught me.  I have been collecting baseball cards and memorabilia, particularly Cincinnati Reds items, since 1972 when I was 8 years old.

The images contained on this site all come from items in my personal collection.  I personally scanned every image you will see on this site.  Some of the images have been "cleaned up" using photo editing software because of the poor condition of the original item, but I have never physically altered any item in my collection.

From the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings to today's Cincinnati Reds, I continue my search for anything relating to Cincinnati Baseball.  The Cincinnati Reds have given me a lifetime of memories and this site is my tribute to them.
I Hope You Enjoy Your Visit!