Our Game by Charles Alexander and Lawrence Ritter's magnificent Glory of Their Times often include or allude to the Reds but aren't strictly Reds-centric, still I d consider both must books for fans of any team.
I was a student in Charles Alexander's "History of Baseball" course at Ohio University in 1991. It was an outstanding class!
I should probably pick up that book.
Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.
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