The Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Facts

Posted: 30th March 2010 by Cliff Eastham in MLB
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With Opening Day only six days away, I thought it would be appropriate to see what the record books have to say about the Cincinnati Reds on the first game of the year. At the present time, adequate records only take us back to 1952.

This game will be against the St. Louis Cardinals against whom the Reds are 8-7.

Since 1952 the Reds are 30-27-1 in their opening game. The lone tie was a 3-3 game against the Milwaukee Brewers in 2000.

Since 1952 the Reds have played every game at home except 1990 at the Astrodome in Houston and at Connie Mack Stadium in 1966 against the Philadelphia Phillies.

Their longest winning streak on Opening Day is nine games from 1983-1991.

Their longest losing streak is four, from 1955-1958.

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