Throughout Reds Country, countless fans have a favorite Reds memory, a team, or a player that is dear to them.
The Redlegs Wrecking Crew of the 1950s, featuring Frank Robinson and Ted “Big Klu” Kluszewski.
The Big Red Machine, and its dominance in the 1970s.
That incredible 1990 wire-to-wire championship season featuring Eric Davis, Barry Larkin, and the Nasty Boys.
Jay Bruce’s walkoff home run to clinch the division in 2010.
Each day, fans can relive these moments and more by stepping into Reds history at the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. These memories cross generations of fans, uniting families, friends and sometimes even strangers through their love of the Cincinnati Reds.
As the repository for Reds history, the Hall maintains a collection of more than 16,000 individual artifacts dating from 1869 to the present day. The museum’s Artifact Preservation Fund affords for the preservation of this incredible collection, encompassing both artifacts on display in the museum’s galleries as well as artifacts that reside in the museum’s archive.
We hope that you’ll consider a contribution to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum’s Artifact Preservation Fund so we can continue to bring the rich history of Reds baseball to current and future generations of fans.
Beginning on Giving Tuesday (November 30) and continuing through December 15, fans who donate a minimum of $50 will receive two Hall of Fame admission tickets, a commemorative program from this year’s Induction Celebration honoring Marty Brennaman, as well as a commemorative scorecard from the Reds Hall of Fame Legends Game. Items will be shipped to you within 5-7 business days of donation.
Click below for information on the Artifact Preservation Fund and how you can contribute to the preservation of the museum’s collection today!