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Founded: 1876

Cincinnati Reds

All Time First Baseman

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Tony Perez

1964 - 1986

2777 games, 379 home runs, .279 batting average

The third Big Red Machine member to be inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame in 2000, clutch hitting Tony Perez is regarded as the "heart and soul" of that famous Reds dynasty. A seven-time All-Star and MVP of the 1967 All-Star Game, Perez appeared in five World Series and six League Championship Series. His 1,652 RBI are the most among players from Latin America and the 18th-highest total among all ML players. His number 24 was officially retired in 1998.

 


Manager Sparky Anderson
First Baseman Tony Perez
Second Baseman Joe Morgan
Third Baseman Pete Rose
Shortstop Barry Larkin
Left Fielder George Foster
Center Fielder Vada Pinson
Right Fielder Frank Robinson
Catcher Johnny Bench
RH Pitcher Eppa Rixey
LH Pitcher Don Gullett
Closer Clay Carroll

Bronson Arroyo, Ed Bailey, Gus Bell, Rube Bressler, Tom Browning, Sean Casey, Davey Concepcion, Jake Daubert, Eric Davis, Paul Derringer, Rob Dibble, Pete Donahue, Adam Dunn, Johnny Edwards, Edwin Encarnacion, John Franco, Lonnie Frey, Danny Graves, Cesar Geronimo, Ken Griffey Sr., Ken Griffey Jr., Heinie Groh, Noodles Hahn, Tommy Harper, Tommy Helms, Austin Keams, Ted Kluszewski, Ray Knight, Larry Kopf, Ernie Lombardi, Dolf Luque, Jim Maloney, Bill McKechnie, Bid McPhee, Eric Milton, Greasy Neale, Wally Post, Pokey Reese, Jose Rijo, Ed Roush, Johnny Temple, Bobby Tolan, Johnny Vander Meer, Edinson Volquez, Bucky Walters, Bill Werber, Scott Williamson

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