The Cincinnati Reds are a Major League Baseball team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are members of the Central Division of the National League. The franchise originated in 1882 as the Cincinnati Red Stockings, using a name that dates back to baseball's first professional team in 1869. They settled on their current name by 1890, though they used the name "Redlegs" for part of the 1950s to avoid any perceived association with Communism during the McCarthy era. The franchise was a charter member of the American Association, then one of the two major leagues, and then joined the National League in 1890. - Source: Wikipedia
The Cincinnati Reds say fans feeling the heat at this weekend's games will be able to watch the action on TVs in "cool rooms."
But hours after Washington's 6-0 win Saturday — in which Scherzer threw 103 pitches — MLB announced Cincinnati Reds starter Sonny Gray as Scherzer's replacement.
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