Cincinnati Red Stockings - Record

Record

Before Cincinnati hired its team for the 1869 season, the strongest clubs were located from Washington to Troy, New York. In 1867 and 1868, Cincinnati was beaten only by clubs from that eastern corridor, winning 16 and 29 games without defeat against western opponents.

Year Games Won Lost Tied Rank in games (or wins)
1867 18 17 1 0 16 (10th in wins)
1868 43 36 7 0 3 (4th)
1869 65 65 0 0 1 (1st)
1870 74 67 6 1 3 (2nd)

Championship matches with professional teams 1869-1870

Year Games Won Lost Tied Rank in games (or wins)
1869 19 19 0 0 8 (1st in wins)
1870 34 27 6 1 4 (2nd)

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