Originally Posted by Blitz Dorsey
Of course the game was different then. But in a 12-team NL, 27 players that year hit 21 or more HRs, six of which hit 30 or more. The Reds were led by someone who hit 17. That's by far the fewest to lead a Reds team since then. (Or not. As Puffy and WOY pointed out, Dave Parker led the Reds with just 16 the very next season. I'm an idiot. That is all.)
Paul O'Neill led the Reds in HR's in 1992 with 14.