The Cincinnati Reds Report

by Bill Chuck on September 24, 2013

It wasn’t until the 10th inning, but when Shin-Soo Choo hit a walkoff single the Reds beat the Mets, 3-2, and locked up their third playoff spot in four years.

The Reds postseason years

Rk Year Lg W L Ties W-L% Finish Playoffs ▾ Managers
1 1990 NL West 91 71 0 .562 1st of 6 Won WS (4-0) Lou Piniella (91-71)
2 1976 NL West 102 60 0 .630 1st of 6 Won WS (4-0) Sparky Anderson (102-60)
3 1975 NL West 108 54 0 .667 1st of 6 Won WS (4-3) Sparky Anderson (108-54)
4 1940 NL 100 53 2 .654 1st of 8 Won WS (4-3) Bill McKechnie (100-53)
5 1919 NL 96 44 0 .686 1st of 8 Won WS (5-3) Pat Moran (96-44)
6 1972 NL West 95 59 0 .617 1st of 6 Lost WS (4-3) Sparky Anderson (95-59)
7 1970 NL West 102 60 0 .630 1st of 6 Lost WS (4-1) Sparky Anderson (102-60)
8 1961 NL 93 61 0 .604 1st of 8 Lost WS (4-1) Fred Hutchinson (93-61)
9 1939 NL 97 57 2 .630 1st of 8 Lost WS (4-0) Bill McKechnie (97-57)
10 1995 NL Central 85 59 0 .590 1st of 5 Lost NLCS (4-0) Davey Johnson (85-59)
11 1979 NL West 90 71 0 .559 1st of 6 Lost NLCS (3-0) John McNamara (90-71)
12 1973 NL West 99 63 0 .611 1st of 6 Lost NLCS (3-2) Sparky Anderson (99-63)
13 2012 NL Central 97 65 0 .599 1st of 6 Lost LDS (3-2) Dusty Baker (97-65)
14 2010 NL Central 91 71 0 .562 1st of 6 Lost LDS (3-0) Dusty Baker (91-71)
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/24/2013.

The Reds 90+ win seasons

The win was the Reds 90th of the season, also the third time in the last four years that they have reached the mark.

Rk Year Lg W ▾ L Ties W-L% Finish Playoffs Managers
1 1975 NL West 108 54 0 .667 1st of 6 Won WS (4-3) Sparky Anderson (108-54)
2 1976 NL West 102 60 0 .630 1st of 6 Won WS (4-0) Sparky Anderson (102-60)
3 1970 NL West 102 60 0 .630 1st of 6 Lost WS (4-1) Sparky Anderson (102-60)
4 1940 NL 100 53 2 .654 1st of 8 Won WS (4-3) Bill McKechnie (100-53)
5 1973 NL West 99 63 0 .611 1st of 6 Lost NLCS (3-2) Sparky Anderson (99-63)
6 1974 NL West 98 64 1 .605 2nd of 6 Sparky Anderson (98-64)
7 1962 NL 98 64 0 .605 3rd of 10 Fred Hutchinson (98-64)
8 2012 NL Central 97 65 0 .599 1st of 6 Lost LDS (3-2) Dusty Baker (97-65)
9 1939 NL 97 57 2 .630 1st of 8 Lost WS (4-0) Bill McKechnie (97-57)
10 1999 NL Central 96 67 0 .589 2nd of 6 Jack McKeon (96-67)
11 1919 NL 96 44 0 .686 1st of 8 Won WS (5-3) Pat Moran (96-44)
12 1972 NL West 95 59 0 .617 1st of 6 Lost WS (4-3) Sparky Anderson (95-59)
13 1961 NL 93 61 0 .604 1st of 8 Lost WS (4-1) Fred Hutchinson (93-61)
14 1978 NL West 92 69 0 .571 2nd of 6 Sparky Anderson (92-69)
15 1964 NL 92 70 1 .568 2nd of 10 Fred Hutchinson (60-49) and
Dick Sisler (32-21)
16 1898 NL 92 60 5 .605 3rd of 12 Buck Ewing (92-60)
17 2010 NL Central 91 71 0 .562 1st of 6 Lost LDS (3-0) Dusty Baker (91-71)
18 1990 NL West 91 71 0 .562 1st of 6 Won WS (4-0) Lou Piniella (91-71)
19 1956 NL* 91 63 1 .591 3rd of 8 Birdie Tebbetts (91-63)
20 1923 NL 91 63 0 .591 2nd of 8 Pat Moran (91-63)
21 2013 NL Central 90 67 0 .573 2nd of 5 Dusty Baker (90-67)
22 1992 NL West 90 72 0 .556 2nd of 6 Lou Piniella (90-72)
23 1979 NL West 90 71 0 .559 1st of 6 Lost NLCS (3-0) John McNamara (90-71)
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/24/2013.

*The team was known as the Redlegs this season. Thank you, Sen. Joe McCarthy.

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