Lou Piniella reflects on Cincinnati Reds 1990 World Series win
WS1990 Gm1: Davis' homer gives Reds 2-0 lead in first
1990 WS Gm4: Reds sweep 1990 World Series
1990 NLCS Gm4: Davis' cannon nails Bonilla at third
1990 WS Gm1: Rijo hurls seven shutout innings
The Cincinnati Reds' 1990 season was the Reds' 108th season in American baseball. Starting with a club best nine straight wins to open the season, as well as holding the top spot in the National League West every game during the season, the Reds went 41-21 after 62 games, splitting the remaining 100 games 50-50 to end up with a 91-71 record. It consisted of the 91-71 Reds winning the National League West by five games over the second-place Dodgers, as well as the National League Championship Series in six games over the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the World Series in a four-game sweep over the overwhelming favorite Oakland Athletics, who had won the World Series the previous year. It was the fifth World Championship for the Reds, and their first since winning two consecutive titles in 1975 and '76.
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