This is my compilation of the 25 greatest moments or achievements in Reds history. By no means inclusive, I invite additions, corrections or criticisms of the ones I've included. I've tried to keep it to individual accomplishments as they apply to the team - in other words when the Reds won the 7th and deciding game of a Series who got the winning hit or pitched the game, not just the fact they won, or who had a notable achievement during the series. I started at the beginning literally, with the 1869 Reds and went from there. The list is NOT in any particular order.
1 - Hod Eller pitches a 10-5 1919 Series clinching victory, later clouded by the revelation of the Black Sox scandal.
2 - Pete Rose gets his 4192nd base hit
3 - Tom Browning pitches a perfect game against the LA Dodgers Sep 16 1988
4 - Johnny VanderMeer pitches back-to-back no hitters June 11 and Jun 15 1938
5 - Frank Robinson hits his 38th homer as a Reds rookie in 1956
6 - Joe Morgan singles up the middle knocking in the winning run in the Reds Series clinching victory against the Red Sox in what many call the greatest Series ever played 1975
7 - Johnny Bench homers in game 1 of the 73 NLCS off Tom Seaver to win it for the Reds
8 - Jay Bruce walkoff homer clinches 2010 division championship
9 - Joey Jay 4 hit the Yankees to gain the Reds sole win in the 1961 Series
10 - Jose Rijo pitches an incredible 2-1 game to beat the Oakland A's and gain the 1990 WS sweep and Series MVP award, allowing just 1 run in 15 innings total
11 - Billy Hatcher gets a WS record 7 straight hits and bats .750 in the 1990 World Series
12 - Junior Griffey hits home run #600
13 - Bucky Walters wins 27 games in 1939
14 - Player Coach Jimmy Wilson hits .353 and leads the Reds to victory in the 1940 WS
15 - Paul Derringer won game 7 of the 1940 WS 2-1 against Detroit's Bobo Newsome
16 - Jim Maloney throws 2 no hitters in 1965 on August 19th (187 pitches) and August 30th. Under the new (and stupid, imo) rules about no hitters Maloney is no longer credited with the first no-hitter because he gave up a hit in the 11th inning.
17 - Jim Maloney strikes out 18 batters in a 10 inning game, 16 in the regulation 9 innings June 14 1965
18 - The Reds Fred Toney and Cubs Hippo Vaughn pitch 9 innings of no hit ball in Wrigley Field on May 2 1917, history's only double no-hitter. The Reds win in the tenth with a pair of hits.
19 - Dolf Luque wins 27 games in 1923
20 - Gary Nolan pitches the Reds to a 7-2 victory over the NY Yankees to sweep the 1976 World Series
21 - Johnny Bench hits .533 with 3 homers in the 1976 World Series and wins the Series MVP
22 - 1869 Reds the first professional team in history win 130 straight through 1870
23 - Will White wins 40 and leads the 1882 Reds to their only American Association pennant
24 - Cy Seymour hits .377 in 1905 still a team record for single season batting average
25 - George Foster hits 52 home runs in the 1977 season, a team record and wins the MVP award