This retired Red has come back to join the organization, and sported #8
#8 Joe Morgan
This Reds was #5
This manager's number 1 was retired after he coached for the Reds in the 60's
#1 Fred Hutchinson, who coached back when the Reds used Crosley Field (shown here).
This Red was #13
#13 David Concepcion
This feisty Reds manager passd away recently, and his #10 was retired
This Red still sits outside Great American Ball Park, having his #18 retired.
#18 Ted Kluszewski
This Red was #20, and close to the Cincinnati area.
#20 Frank Robinson
This #24 Red played during the 80s.
#24 Tony Perez
This #42 appears as retired in all MLB ballparks
#42 Jackie Robinson.
This #11 Red is a true Cincinnati-native.
#11 Barry Larkin, freshly elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame.
A mile-wide tornado struck suburbs in Oklahoma City on May 20, 2013.
Legislators on the House Ways and Means Committee grill former Acting Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service Steve Miller and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George testify during a hearing on the of targeting conservative groups.
Each Friday we round up a selection of photos from the week that was, from our own staff pictures to great shots submitted by viewers and Facebook fans. This week, we provide a bonus!