The 1970s saw the Cincinnati Reds dominate baseball in what would become the most successful decade in franchise history. During this ten year period, the Reds won a total of 953 games, captured six division titles, won four National League pennants, and were twice crowned World Series Champions. Coined the "Big Red Machine," the Reds of the 1970s combined powerful offense, effective pitching, and stellar defense to create a well-oiled machine that many call the greatest team in baseball history.
In 2012, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum highlights the greatest era in Reds history with "Big Red Machine," a new exhibit that brings the exploits of the Machine to life like never before. Featuring rare artifacts, compelling stories, striking visuals and much more, the exhibit is an unforgettable experience for fans of all ages.
In recognition of your contribution, your name will be placed on the Big Red Machine recognition wall within the museum.
Donors of $200 or more receive the sought-after set of five collectible Johnny Bench Bobbleheads from 2011.