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Catcher Johnny Bench won 10 straight gold gloves while playing for the Reds. (AP Photo/Harry Harris)
All-time leaders & stats
With 389 career home runs, Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench ranks first in Reds' history. Bench also ranks in the top 5 in RBI's, doubles, hits, and runs scored. Take a look at Bench's career numbers and see where he ranks among other Reds hitters.
The Big Red Machine rolls on
The 1975 World Series went down to the wire, but unfortunately for Boston, the Reds would take it with a ninth inning rally capped by Joe Morgan's RBI single. Go >
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All-time Rosters
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Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Career Home runs
1. J. Bench 389
2. F. Robinson 324
3. T. Perez 287

 Career Wins
1. E. Rixey 179
2. T. Mullane 163
2. P. Derringer 161
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