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List of Cincinnati Reds team records

This is a list of team records for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team. (The Reds do not recognize records set before 1900.)

Contents

  • Single-season leaders (through 2014) 1
    • Batting 1.1
    • Pitching 1.2
  • Career leaders (through 2013) 2
    • Batting 2.1
    • Pitching 2.2
  • See also 3

Single-season leaders (through 2014)

Batting

  • Average: Cy Seymour, .377 (1905)
  • On-base percentage: Joe Morgan, .466 (1975)
  • Slugging Percentage: Ted Kluszewski, .642 (1954)
  • OPS: Ted Kluszewski, 1.049 (1954)
  • At Bats: Pete Rose, 680 (1973)
  • Runs: Bid McPhee, 139 (1886)
  • Hits: Pete Rose, 230 (1973)
  • Total Bases: George Foster, 388 (1977)
  • Doubles: Frank Robinson, 51 (1962) and Pete Rose, 51 (1978)
  • Triples: Long John Reilly, 26 (1890)
  • Home Runs: George Foster, 52 (1977)
  • RBI: George Foster, 149 (1977)
  • Walks: Joey Votto, 135 (2013)
  • Strikeouts: Drew Stubbs, 205 (2011)
  • Stolen Bases: Hugh Nicol, 138 (1887) (stolen bases were scored differently in the 19th century) - since 1900: Bob Bescher, 81 (1911)
  • Singles: Pete Rose, 181 (1973)
  • Runs Created: Frank Robinson, 158 (1962)
  • Extra-Base Hits: Frank Robinson, 92 (1962)
  • Times on Base: Joey Votto, 316 (2013)
  • Hit By Pitch: Shin-Soo Choo, 26 (2013)
  • Sacrifice Hits: Jake Daubert, 39 (1919)
  • Sacrifice Flies: Johnny Temple, 13 (1959)
  • Grounded into Double Plays: Ernie Lombardi, 30 (1938)
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Edd Roush, 75.2 (1931)
  • At Bats per Home Run: Ted Kluszewski, 11.7 (1954)
  • Outs: Tommy Harper, 514 (1965)
  • Stolen Bases By A Rookie: Billy Hamilton, 56 (2014)

Pitching

  • ERA: Harry McCormick, 1.52 (1882)
  • Wins: Will White, 43 (1883)
  • Won-Loss %: Tom Seaver, .875 (1981)
  • WHIP: Tom Seaver, .956 (1977)
  • Hits Allowed/9IP: Mario Soto, 5.96 (1980)
  • Walks/9IP: Red Lucas, .737 (1933)
  • Strikeouts/9IP: Mario Soto, 9.57 (1982)
  • Games: Wayne Granger, 90 (1969)
  • Saves: Jeff Brantley, 44 (1996)
  • Innings: Will White, 577 (1883)
  • Strikeouts: Mario Soto, 274 (1982)
  • Games Started: Will White, 64 (1883)
  • Complete Games: Will White, 64 (1883)
  • Shutouts: Will White, 8 (1882)
  • Home Runs Allowed: Bronson Arroyo, 46 (2011)
  • Walks Allowed: Tony Mullane, 187 (1891)
  • Hits Allowed: Tony Mullane, 501 (1886)
  • Strikeout to Walk: Erik Hanson, 4.391 (1994)
  • Losses: Tony Mullane, 27 (1886)
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Tony Mullane, 218 (1886)
  • Wild Pitches: Tony Mullane, 53 (1886)
  • Hit Batsmen: Will White, 35 (1884)
  • Batters Faced: Will White, 2,367 (1883)

Career leaders (through 2013)

Batting

  • Batting Average: Cy Seymour, .332
  • On-base percentage: Joey Votto, .419
  • Slugging Percentage: Frank Robinson, .554
  • OPS: Joey Votto, .960
  • Games: Pete Rose, 2,722
  • At Bats: Pete Rose, 10,934
  • Runs: Pete Rose, 1,741
  • Hits: Pete Rose, 3,358
  • Total Bases: Pete Rose, 4,645
  • Doubles: Pete Rose, 601
  • Triples: Bid McPhee, 188
  • Home Runs: Johnny Bench, 389
  • RBI: Johnny Bench, 1,376
  • Walks: Pete Rose, 1,210
  • Strikeouts: Tony Pérez, 1,306
  • Stolen Bases: Bid McPhee, 568
  • Singles: Pete Rose, 2,490
  • Runs Created: Pete Rose, 1,755
  • Extra-Base Hits: Pete Rose, 868
  • Times on Base: Pete Rose, 4,654
  • Hit By Pitch: Frank Robinson, 118
  • Sacrifice Hits: Edd Roush, 186
  • Sacrifice Flies: Johnny Bench, 90
  • Intentional Walks: Johnny Bench, 135
  • Grounded into Double Plays: Dave Concepción, 266
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Heinie Peitz, 178.5
  • At Bats per Home Run: Adam Dunn, 14.4
  • Outs: Pete Rose, 7,956

Pitching

See also

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