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Reds Rare Feats

Player Opponent Date
Tom Browning Los Angeles (1-0) 9/16/1988 (Perfect game)
Tom Seaver St. Louis (4-0) 6/16/1978
Jim Maloney vs Houston (6-1) 4/30/1969
George Culver at Philadelphia (6-1) 7/29/1968
Jim Maloney at Chicago (1-0, 10 inn.) 8/19/1965
J.Klippstein, H.Freeman, J.Black* at Milwaukee (1-2) 5/26/1956
Ewell Blackwell vs. Boston (6-0) 6/18/1947
Clyde Shoun vs. Boston (1-0) 5/15/1944
Johnny Vander Meer** at Brooklyn (6-0) 6/15/1938
Johnny Vander Meer** vs. Boston (3-0) 6/11/1938
Hod Eller vs. St. Louis (6-0) 5/11/1919
Fred Toney at Chicago (1-0, 10 inn.) 5/2/1917
Noodles Hahn vs. Philadelphia (4-0) 7/12/1900
Ted Breitenstein vs. Pittsburgh (11-0) 4/22/1898
Charles Jones (ML debut) vs. Pittsburgh (7-1) 10/15/1892
* Johnny Klipstein pitched the first 7 innings, Hershell Freemand the 8th and Joe Black the remainder. First hit came with 2 outs in the 10th inning. The Reds lost in the 11th on 2 hits.
** Johnny Vander Meer is the only pitcher in Major League history to toss back-to-back no-hitters.
Hitting for the cycle
Eric Davis San Diego 6/2/1989
Frank Robinson Los Angeles 5/2/1959
Harry Craft Brooklyn 6/8/1940
Heinie Groh Chicago 7/5/1915
Mike Mitchell New York 8/19/1911
Three homers in a game
Jonny Gomes vs. Washington 8/13/2009
Joey Votto vs. Chicago 5/7/2008
Aaron Boone vs. St. Louis 5/8/2003
Aaron Boone vs. San Diego 8/9/2002
Greg Vaughn at Chicago 9/7/1999
Jeffrey Hammonds at Colorado 5/19/1999
Bret Boone at Chicago 9/20/1998
Willie Greene vs. St. Louis 9/24/1996
Reggie Sanders vs. Colorado 8/15/1995
Barry Larkin vs. Houston 6/28/1991
Eric Davis at Philadelphia 5/3/1987
Eric Davis at San Francisco 9/10/1986
Johnny Bench at San Diego 5/29/1980
Pete Rose at New York 4/29/1978
George Foster vs. Atlanta 7/14/1977
Johnny Bench at Philadelphia 5/9/1973
Johnny Bench vs. St. Louis 7/26/1970
Art Shamsky vs. Pittsburgh 8/12/1966
Frank Robinson vs. St. Louis 8/22/1959
Bob Thurman vs. Milwaukee 8/18/1956
Ted Kluszewski at St. Louis 7/1/1956
Ed Bailey at Brooklyn 6/24/1956
Gus Bell at Chicago 5/29/1956
Smoky Burgess vs. Pittsburgh 7/29/1955
Gus Bell at Philadelphia 7/21/1955
Walker Cooper vs. St. Louis 7/6/1949
Alex Kampouris at Philadelphia 5/9/1937
Jake Beckley N/A N/A