The Cincinnati Reds have caught the attention of many around the baseball world with their impressive win streak.
The streak began on June 10 in St. Louis.
Since then, the Reds have yet to lose a game.
They now have won 10 games in a row and have sole possession of first place in the weak National League Central division.
With their 10-game win streak, they have joined several past Reds teams in elite company.
They joined the 1975, 1998, 1999, and 2012 teams by winning their 10th consecutive game.
The Reds are also approaching more historic company.
The last time a Reds team won more than 10 consecutive games was in 1957.
On Twitter, MLB Network posted a cool graphic which featured some interesting information about the Reds and their recent win streak.
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) June 21, 2023
The Reds joined some historic franchise company on Tuesday with their win over the Colorado Rockies.
They now own a record of 39-35 and lead the NL Central by a half-game over the second-place Milwaukee Brewers.
But with just two more wins, they can match their longest win streak from all the way back in 1957.
That team ended up winning 12 consecutive games in late April and early May.
Led by a crop of young stars that features Elly De La Cruz, Hunter Greene, Spencer Steer, Matt McClain, Andrew Abbott, and Alexis Diaz, the Reds have rebounded from a tough 2022 season which saw them lose 100 games and finish tied for last place with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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