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"We're the Cincinnati Reds, and we came here to kick your ass."

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The ‘76 Reds went 102-60, swept the Phillies, then swept the Yankees in the series. They were last NL team to repeat as series champs. Only one one-run game in playoffs. Most dominating team/season ever. Prove me wrong.
 
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They can once Charlie Finley gets these guys out of the way for them. pic.twitter.com/gXY5MyGKFc
 
This was some lineup. Perhaps the best ever
 
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76 World Series lineup at Yankee Stadium. From right to left. Bench hit seventh. They crushed us.
 
 
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Greatest starting 8 ever assembled in my lifetime
 
Yes sir…Redlegs
 
 
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That lineup, was absurd. Deep, good, and badass.
 
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HOFer, '76 World Series MVP, and 2-time National League MVP Johnny Bench batted 7th in this lineup.
 
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Between this goddamn team and the Yankees, the Dodgers of that era were robbed of several championships. Thank jeebus for '81.
 
Wish I got to see a @Reds team like this 😢
 
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Speaking as a Yankees fan, the Big Red Machine is the coolest lineup ever.
 
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1975 was my first NL game at Wrigley. Got to see the Big Red Machine. Very cool.
 
 
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Foster hitting 6 and Bench 7. That’s good right?
 
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This was nine bad assed dudes. Who played baseball. Each one of them a character And were feared by all teams and some fans ! The big red machine. Power , winning and strength come to mind
 
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Best line up offense and defense
 
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These Reds teams and the 70s Dodgers teams were must-watch television.
 
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Took them 7 games and they didn't kick anyone's ass. They needed a shit Armbrister call.
 
 
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They should all have HOF after their names on their uniforms. Best team ever
 
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Unless you are the Orioles
 
 
The team I grew up watching.
 
 
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Absolutely killer line up. If they just had a bit more pitching they would have totally dominant….
 
 
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The Boston Globe headline after game 1 1975 WS “El Tiante Elegante Big Red Machine Pfffttt”. Took the BRM 7 games win that singularly great WS
 
 
Man how times have changed. I love how once I was born in ‘92 all Cincy teams went to sh*t - that’s what made last year so special for the @Bengals
 
 
What a team. They hit, ran and defended. Didn't matter who was pitching, for or against them. What a great time to be a young baseball fan in Ohio.
 
 
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This picture double my age and I know every one of em by first name they were so gooood
 
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The Greatest Team ever in the Greatest Venue ever
 
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The open workout the day before the 1978 MLB All-Star Game in San Diego (what eventually morphed into the pregame festivities and homerun derby). The Big Red Machine was heavily represented ⚾️😐🥃 pic.twitter.com/JRNvU1PGsW
 
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After 1970 in Baltimore, of course.
 
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And our ass they did kick. I remember as a kid sitting in the Astrodome marveling at their lineup. Bench and Charlie Hustle were my favorites. I didn’t dare tell my Dad of my affection….him being an avid ‘Stros fan……
 
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Still one of the best lineups ever.
 
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Greatest team in MLB history.
 
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Best baseball team I have ever seen. The A's who dominated just before them were one of the best too. A golden age of great baseball teams in the 1970s.
 
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Few years later when they went bad , fan's sign read , "The Big Red Machine Needs a Mechanic" was an all-timer
 
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Know all there first names loved The Big Red Machine
 
❤️❤️❤️❤️
 
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Saw them many times! I was a little league catcher- Johnny Bench, man!
 
 
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One of them must have made good money betting on that sure thing.
 
Those were the days. 🫤
 
 
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Yanks had 8 runs on 30 hits…….for the series.😳✌️
 
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The A’s in the ‘70s were better. The BRM was a close second ⚾️
 
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Joe Morgan is so tiny. Ran into him on a flight to SFO one time. Only knew it was him from the voice.
 
The BIG Red Machine!! Hey Baby!!!
 
 
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Incredible team. They sure did kick some ass.
 
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Atlanta Braves of the 70's ...left too many titles out there
 
 
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Until they ran into Baltimore !!! :)
 
 
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Could they have made the lettering larger?
 
 
 
 
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What a ridiculously good team.
 
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The Big Red Machine
 
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The Orioles were the Reds Clint.
 
Best baseball team I ever watched
 
That team is gone. You are ruining baseball in Cincinnati. Sell the team.
 
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That’s my favorite lineup of all time.
 
Those were my Dads @MonteWright1 Reds team! I’ve only seen the 2010 team 2012 crap out early in the playoffs and the 2020 team not score a single run against the Braves times have changed @Reds
 
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