cincinnati reds vs toronto blue jays Tickets
|Cincinnati Reds Vs Toronto Blue Jays Tickets|
|Spring Training: Cincinnati Reds vs. Toronto Blue Jays|| Olympic Stadium - QC
|Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cincinnati Reds|| Olympic Stadium - QC
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One of the most fascinating games set to take place in Major League Baseball is the Cincinnati Reds vs Toronto Blue Jays game, pitting two of the toughest MLB franchises against each other on the same arena. These are teams with a rich and vibrant history, filled with championships and titles won, as well as numerous awards and honors bagged. These range from the highly competitive MLB Most Valuable Player Award to the Ford C. Frick Award. Many of the franchises' players have also been honored by inductions into the Baseball Hall of Fame, with their game a must see live with Cincinnati Reds vs Toronto Blue Jays tickets in hand.
The Cincinnati Reds is an American professional baseball franchise, founded in 1881 and active today in the Central Division of the National League. Before 1958, the franchise was known as the Redlegs, Reds and Red Stockings, eventually adopting the Reds name. It has been based in Cincinnati since founding and is often described by the nickname The Big Red Machine. It presently plays its home games at the Great American Ballpark. A participant in the Cincinnati Reds vs Toronto Blue Jays game, it has won a mind blowing five World Series titles. It has also won nine National League pennants, one AA Pennant and ten National League Division titles. The Reds have also had one Wild Card berth, in 2003.
As one of the charter members of the American Association, the Reds trace back to the first professional baseball team in the US. Numerous players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, including Sparky Anderson, Johnny Bench, Harry Wright, Edd Roush, George Wright and Joe Morgan. Several have also won the Ford C. Frick Award, including Russ Hodges, Red Barber and Marty Brennaman, who won the award mainly as a broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds. Twelve National League MVP Awards have been won by its players, with Joe Votto bagging the award in 2010. The other participant of the Cincinnati Reds vs Toronto Blue Jays is a Major League Baseball franchise from Toronto, Canada.
The Toronto Blue Jays were formed in 1977, amidst much fanfare, and have been a solid part of the East Division of the American League since then. Nicknamed The Jays, they currently play at the Rogers Center, formerly known as the SkyDome. They are two time World Series champions and have also won two American League pennants, no easy feat for a Canadian MLB franchise. They have also won five East Division titles and are a franchise owned by Rogers Communications. John Gibbons is the franchise's manager with Alex Anthopoulos as the general manager. The franchise is named after a bird, with the team founded as an expansion franchise. It was initially owned by the Labatt Brewing Company, later purchased by its current owners. They are the only MLB franchise based out of the US and the second non-US MLB franchise formed in the history of Major League Baseball.
The franchise's players have won the MLB MVP Award, the Cy Young Award four times, the Edgar Martinez Award thrice and the Rookie of the Year Award twice, amongst many more honors. Altogether, it is a team to see on the arena playing live with Cincinnati Reds vs Toronto Blue Jays tickets in hand.