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The first professional baseball team is believed to have hailed from Cincinnati. The professional baseball team that started here elevated the game of baseball giving the fans and baseball followers a higher standard of play. The current franchise of the Reds can be traced back to 1881; however, the ancestry of the franchise is said to have begun four years after the end of the Civil War. The Reds were called The Cincinnati Red Stockings and this team was the first professional baseball team in 1869.
As a professional team playing against mostly amateur teams, the Red Stockings overwhelmed its opponents with a huge difference in playing and of course, in the final score. It was expected that the Red Stockings became the charter member of National League in its inception in 1876. But their start in the NL was not successful compared to their predecessors in 1869. Four seasons after, Cincinnati was kicked out due to violation of league rules. The Cincinnati Red Stockings also became a charter member of the American Association the next year and this new league was given “The Beer and Whiskey League” name because it allowed alcoholic drinks for fans even during the game. But in 1890, the Cincinnati team was reinstated by the NL - together with their beer sales and Sunday baseball intact . Their name however, was changed to The Reds. In 1953, the name was changed to Redlegs and then in 1958, the name went back to Reds and that name remains to this day.
The Cincinnati Reds started playing baseball at League Park, then moved to Crosley Field in 1912, moved to Riverfront Stadium in 1970, and then to their new home ballpark, the Great American Ball Park in 2003. The Reds have won five World Series titles and their first championship came at the expense of the heavily-favored Chicago White Sox. Although this title became controversial as the White Sox was said to have purposely lost the Series. The Reds also became back-to-back World Series champions in 1975 and 1976.
The Great American Ball Park opened in March 31, 2003 near Ohio River banks in Cincinnati. Prior to this, the Reds were sharing stadium with the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals at the Riverfront Stadium for about 30 years. The naming rights were sold to Great American Insurance for more than 30 years. The structure of this new ballpark features modern and classic amenities.