Cincinnati Reds: The Most Memorable Home Runs in Reds History

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Cincinnati Reds: The Most Memorable Home Runs in Reds History
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Jay Bruce hits the Division clinching Walkoff 9/28/2010

The Cincinnati Reds are a team full of magical home runs in their history.

From Tony Perez in Game 7 of the 1975 World Series all the way up to Jay Bruce hitting a solo shot to send the Reds to the postseason.

Recently, a blogger I came across wrote an article giving his thoughts on every teams most important Home Run throughout their history. For the Reds, he listed Tony Perez's game 7 homer to wake up the Big Red Machine as they came back to win the 1975 World Series over the Boston Red Sox.

After reading this blog I got to thinking about many great home runs in this team's history. I talked to many people as they gave me there picks to be added to this list.

Some are classic memories, and some may be stretching it a bit. I felt, though that they were all worth sharing.

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