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From its inception, the Cincinnati Reds have been creating lasting memories for its devoted fans. Since the nineteenth century, over 30 Reds players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, including beloved catcher Johnny Bench, Tom "Terrific" Seaver, and, more recently, Barry Larkin, a member of the 1990 championship team. In this compilation of stories from members of the Cincinnati Reds, baseball's first professional team, Freedman takes readers through decades of Reds baseball. In these firsthand accounts, players detail the most memorable games of their Reds careers. From Joe Morgan and the Big Red Machine days of the 1970s to Tom Browning in the late '80s and Joey Votto, the 2010 National League Most Valuable Player, readers can relive many of the most exciting games in Reds history with some of the Reds' most beloved players. A must-have for any fans of the Cincinnati ball club, past and present.