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MLB’s Cincinnati Reds and Tampa Bay Rays are soon competing in yet another exciting Cincinnati Reds vs. Tampa Bay Rays game. Cincinnati Reds, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, participate from the Central Division of the National League. They have been members of the National League since 1890 and only joined the Center Division in 1994, prior to which they played in the West Division from 1969 to 1993. To date, they have won nine National League pennants, ten division titles, an American Association pennant and five World Series titles. Tampa Bay Rays entered the MLB in 1998 and have since been members of American League East, playing their home games at the Tropicana Field. Being a much younger team than the Reds, the Rays are yet to win their first World Series title but have already won an American League pennant, two East Division titles and two Wild card berths. The two teams’ upcoming game is a much awaited event making Cincinnati Reds vs. Tampa Bay Rays tickets a sought-after baseball treat.
Cincinnati Reds were established as an independent club in 1881 and became American League’s charter member by 1882. Traditionally, they trace their origin to the first professional baseball team in 1869. The Reds, also known as ‘The Big Red Machine’, have played in a variety of home ballparks through the years. Between 1882 and 1970, their home games were played at Bank Street Grounds, League Park I and II, Palace of the Fans and Crosley Field. After 1970 they moved to the Riverfront Stadium where they played till 2002, following which they relocated to their current home ground, the Great American Ball Park. Many of their players who have been welcomed into National Baseball Hall of Fame include Sparky Anderson, Johnny Bench, Edd Roush, Bill McKechnie, Eppa Rixey, Joe Morgan,
Tampa Bay Rays were established after almost three decades of trying to create a team for Tampa Bay region, when an ownership group headed by Vince Naimoli was finally approved in 1995. The Rays then began playing in the MLB in 1998 but did not do well until after completing their first decade. They saw their first winning season in 2008, when they defeated Boston Red Sox and won their first Al East championship. However, the team lost to the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series. Since that season, the Rays have twice qualified for postseasons in 2011 and 2013, as a wildcard team. Chief rivals of the team include New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Regarding the latter, there have been many notable and intriguing on-field incidents solidifying the teams’ rivalry status. The Rays have an intrastate rivalry with Miami Marlins of the National League, with whom they compete in the Citrus Series. Among the Ray’s best known players are Delmon Young, David Price, Carlos Pena, Carl Crawford and Aubrey Huff.
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