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Cincinnati - Notable Historical Events

Cy YoungMay 1, 1891

Pete RoseNov 26, 1963

Betsy RawlsAug 16, 1970

Paul BrownNov 14, 1970

Willie MaysAug 17, 1973

Johnny BenchAug 11, 1984

Jerry RiceJan 22, 1989

Roseanne BarrJul 25, 1990

Larry FlyntOct 22, 1997

Barry BondsMay 4, 2002

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Cincinnati - Historical Events
Date Event
1788-08-17

Losantville, OH (now Cincinnati) founded

1793-12-14

1st state road authorized, Frankfort, Ky to Cincinnati

1827-08-10

Race riots in Cincinnati (1,000 blacks leave for Canada)

1848-11-21

Cincinnati Turngemeinde founded

1853-04-01

Cincinnati became 1st US city to pay fire fighters a regular salary

1866-07-23

Cincinnati Baseball club (Red Stockings) forms

1869-03-15

Cincinnati Red Stockings become the 1st pro baseball team

1869-03-15

Cincinnati Red Stockings beat Antioch 41-7

1869-05-16

Cincinnati Reds play their 1st baseball game, win 41-7

1870-06-14

All-pro Cincinnati Red Stockings suffer 1st loss in 130 games

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1877-05-07

Cincinnati Enquirer first uses term "Bullpen" to indicate foul territory

1877-07-23

1st US municipal railroad, Cincinnati Southern, begins operations

1879-10-01

Cincinnati Enquirer publishes 1st report on baseball reserve clause

1882-10-06

1st World Series game, Cincinnati (AA) beats Chicago (NL) 4-0

1882-10-07

1st World Series (game 2), Chicago (NL) beats Cincinnati (AA) 2-0

1887-02-22

Union Labor Party organized in Cincinnati

1891-05-01

Cy Young pitches 1st game played in Cleveland's League Park Cleveland Spiders 12, Cincinnati Redlegs 3

1894-06-15

Phillies beat Cincinnati Reds, 21-8

1895-01-22

National Association of Manufacturers organized in Cincinnati

1898-04-22

Cincinnati Red Theodore Breitenstein no-hits Pirates 11-0

1899-06-10

Improved Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks forms in Cincinnati

1899-10-15

Cincinnati closes season with 16-1 & 19-3 victories over Cleve Spiders

1900-05-28

Fire in Cincinnati nearly destroys Reds' grandstand

1901-03-11

Cincinnati Enquirer reports Balt mgr John McGraw signed Cherokee Indian Tokohoma, who is really black 2nd baseman Charlie Grant

1906-08-24

Cincinnati Red John Weimer no-hits Dodgers, 1-0 in 7 inning game

1908-03-07

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Breith stood before city council & announces that, "women are not physically fit to operate automobiles"

1914-09-01

The last passenger pigeon, a female named Martha, dies in captivity in the Cincinnati Zoo.

1915-12-22

Organized baseball & Federal League sign a peace treaty at Cincinnati

1916-11-26

Addressing the Chamber of Commerce in Cincinnati, US President Wilson declares that 'The business of neutrality is over. The nature of modern war leaves no state untouched'

1918-02-21

The last Carolina parakeet dies in captivity at the Cincinnati Zoo.

1919-05-11

Cincinnati Reds Hod Eller no-hits St Louis Cards, 6-0

1919-07-04

Cincinnati Reds are 10½ games back in NL, & win World Series

1919-09-16

Dutch Ruether beats Giants 4-3 to clinch Cincinnati 1st NL pennant

1922-03-02

WLW-AM in Cincinnati OH begins radio transmissions

1930-06-02

Sarah Dickson becomes 1st woman Presbyterian elder in US, Cincinnati

1934-07-14

Phillies score 11 runs in an inning, beats Cincinnati 18-0

1934-11-06

NFL Philadelphia Eagles beat Cincinnati Reds 64-0

1935-05-23

1st scheduled night game postponed due to rain (Cincinnati)

1935-05-24

1st major league night baseball game, in Cincinnati (Reds 2, Phil 1)

1938-07-06

6th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1944-05-15

Cincinnati Red Clyde Shoun no-hits Boston Braves, 1-0

1947-06-18

Cincinnati Red Ewell Blackwell no-hits Boston Braves, 6-0

1948-02-09

WLWT TV channel 5 in Cincinnati, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-04-04

WKRC TV channel 12 in Cincinnati, OH (ABC) begins broadcasting

1949-05-02

Don Newcombe, 1st start, shuts out Cincinnati on 5 hits to win 3-0

1949-07-26

WCPO TV channel 9 in Cincinnati, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1952-07-28

Rogers Hornsby replaces Luke Sewell as Cincinnati Reds manager

1953-07-14

20th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1954-07-26

WCET TV channel 48 in Cincinnati, OH (PBS) begins broadcasting

1963-11-26

Cincinnati 2nd baseman Pete Rose wins NL Rookie of Year

1965-06-14

Cincinnati Red Jim Maloney no-hits NY Mets but loses in 11, 1-0

1965-08-19

Cincinnati Red Jim Maloney 2nd no-hitter of year beats Chicago Cubs, 1-0

1965-12-09

Frank Robinson is traded from Cincinnati to the Orioles

1966-11-25

Cincinnati infielder Tommy Helms is voted NL Rookie of Year

1967-05-24

AFL grants a franchise to Cincinnati Bengals

1967-06-12

Race riot in Cincinnati Ohio (300 arrested)

1967-09-01

SF Giants beat Cincinnati Reds, 1-0, in 21 innings

1968-07-29

Cincinnati Red George Culver no hits Phillies, 6-1

1968-08-01

WXIX TV channel 19 in Cincinnati-Newport, OH (IND) begins broadcasting

1968-12-07

Richard Dodd returns a library book his great grandfather took out in 1823 from the University of Cincinnati

1969-07-15

Cincinnati Red Lee May hits 4 HRs in a doubleheader

1969-09-24

1st Elvis convention, 2500 fans attend in Cincinnati

1970-04-11

SF beats Cincinnati 2-1, only day Reds aren't in 1st place in 1970

1970-06-14

Cincinnati Red Stockings loses 1st game after winning 130 straight

1970-06-24

Reds play final game at Cincinnati's Crosley Field, beat Giants 5-4

1970-06-30

Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium opens, Braves beat Reds 8-2

1970-08-16

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Cincinnati Golf Open

1970-11-14

Paul Brown, as head coach of the expansion Cincinnati Bengals, defeats his former team the Cleveland Browns, a moment he calls his "greatest victory"

1971-03-19

Phila 76ers outscore Cincinnati Royals 90-8 in 1 half

1971-06-23

Phillies Rick Wise no-hits Cincinnati Reds, 4-0

1972-03-14

NBA's Cincinnati Royals announce they are moving to KC

1972-06-30

Cincinnati Reds are 11 games back in NL, & go on to win pennant

1973-08-17

Willie Mays hits 660th & last HR (off Don Gullett of Cincinnati)

1975-09-07

Cincinnati Reds, win earliest NL division title

1976-10-17

Coldest World Series game Yankees vs Cincinnati, 39 degrees F (until 1997)

1977-05-18

Nightclub in Cincinnati fire kills 164

1977-12-04

NFL's 5,000th game, Cincinnati beats KC 27-7

1978-09-30

Major Indoor Soccer League grants 1st 6 franchises to Cincinnati

1979-12-03

11 trampled to death at Cincinnati Who concert

1980-05-13

Cincinnati Red Ray Knight hits 2 HRs in 5th inning vs NY Mets

1981-12-13

70th Davis Cup: USA beats Argentina in Cincinnati (3-1)

1981-12-21

Cincinnati beats Bradley 75-73 in 7 OTs (NCAA record)

1983-01-02

Ken Anderson of Cincinnati completes record 20 consecutive passes

1983-06-02

Toilet catches fire on Air Canada's DC-9, 23 die at Cincinnati

1984-05-17

Cincinnati Reds Mario Soto throws 4 strikeouts in one inning

1984-08-11

Cincinnati Reds retire Johnny Bench's #5 uniform

1985-07-08

Marge Schott becomes CEO of Cincinnati Red

1987-03-12

Ice Pairs Championship at Cincinnati won by E Gordeeva & Grinkov (URS)

1987-03-12

Men's Fig Skating Championship in Cincinnati won by Brian Orser (CAN)

1987-03-13

Ice Dance Championship at Cincinnati won by Bestemianova & Bukin (URS)

1987-03-14

Worlds Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Cincinnati won by Katarina Witt

1988-09-16

Tom Browning of Cincinnati Reds pitches a perfect game against LA

1989-01-22

Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers beat Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Jerry Rice, San Francisco, WR

1989-06-02

Cincinnati Red Eric Davis hits for cycle

1990-07-19

BASF plant in Cincinnati explodes in flames, 1 dies

1990-07-19

Cincinnati Red Pete Rose is sentence to 5 months for tax evasion

1990-07-25

Roseanne Barr sings National Anthem at Cincinnati Reds-San Diego Padres game

1990-10-05

Cincinnati jury acquits art gallery of obsentity (Mappelthorpe photos)

1990-10-20

Cincinnati Reds sweep Oakland A's in 86th World Series

1995-09-20

Cincinnati Reds becomes 1st team to clinch NL Central

1997-10-22

Larry Flynt sells Hustler in a non-zoned area of Cincinnati

2002-05-04

Barry Bonds hits his 400th home run as a Giant, leading his team to a 3-0 win over Cincinnati. Bonds is the first player to hit 400 homers for one team and 100 with another

2010-10-06

Roy Halladay pitches the second no-hitter in MLB Postseason History during Game 1 of the NLDS versus the Cincinnati Reds

2016-05-29

Cincinnati zoo gorilla shot dead as boy falls into enclosure

2016-05-29

Gorilla drags boy through moat in Cincinnati zoo

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Cincinnati - Notable Birthdays

Paul BrownSep 7, 1908

Tony TrabertAug 16, 1930

Sparky AndersonFeb 22, 1934

Charles MansonNov 12, 1934

Pete RoseApr 14, 1941

Steven SpielbergDec 18, 1946

Nate ArchibaldApr 18, 1948

Paul O'NeillFeb 25, 1963

David JusticeApr 14, 1966

Cincinnati - Birthdays
Date Event
1820-04-26

Alice Cary, Cincinnati, American poet (Cincinnati Sentinel)

1824-09-04

Phoebe Cary, Cincinnati, American poet (Poems of Alice & Phoebe Cary)

1882-04-18

Leopold Stokowski, London England, conductor (Cincinnati Symphony)

1887-04-08

Walter Connolly, Cincinnati OH, actor (Good Earth, 5th Avenue Girl)

1888-09-19

Porter Hall, Cincinnati OH, actor (Half-Breed, Double Indenity)

1888-11-23

Nana Bryant, Cincinnati OH, actress (Ladies of the Chorus)

1890-07-20

Theda Bara, [Theodosia Goodman], Cincinnati, actress (Love Goddeses)

1902-04-06

Gertrude Short, Cincinnati OH, actress (Stella Dallas, Blonde Venus)

1907-08-30

John Mauchly, Cincinnati Ohio, American physicist who with J. Presper Eckert, designed the first general purpose electronic digital computer (ENIAC)

1908-09-07

Paul Brown, Norwalk Ohio, NFL hall of famer (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1908-9-07

Paul Brown, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1911-11-05

Roy Rogers, Cincinnati Ohio, cowboy (Happy Trails, Roy Rogers Show)

1914-12-28

Lee Bowman, Cincinnati Ohio, actor (Ellery Queen, Miami Undercover)

1920-08-02

Theodore Marcuse, The Cincinnati Kid

1924-04-03

Doris Day, Cincinnati Oh, "girl next door" actress (Pillow Talk)

1924-05-21

Jack Twyman, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, basketball player (Rochester/Cincinnati Royals), (d. 2012)

1925-01-02

Richard Jessup, The Cincinnati Kid

1926-01-29

Bob Hollway, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Minnesota Vikings

1926-07-14

Bill Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1926-10-17

Karl Gordon Henize, Cincinnati Ohio, astronaut (STS 51-F)

1927-10-20

Midge Ware, The Cincinnati Kid

1928-01-11

Mitchell Ryan, Cincinnati Oh, actor (Chase, Executive Suite)

1928-08-18

Marge Schott, CEO (Cincinnati Reds)

1928-08-18

Marge Schott, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1930-04-25

Dotty Mack, Cincinnati Ohio, actress (Paul Dixon Show)

1930-08-16

Tony Trabert, Cincinnati Ohio, tennis pro (1955 Wimbledon)

1932-04-10

Hari Rhodes, Cincinnati Oh, actor (Mike-Daktari, Roots)

1933-08-22

Ken Lucas, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1934-02-22

Sparky Anderson [George Lee Anderson], Bridgewater South Dakota, American MLB manager (Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers)

1934-11-12

Charles Manson, Cincinnati Ohio, American criminal (Tate-Labianco)

1935-02-15

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1935-06-16

Jim Dine, Cincinnati Oh, pop artist (St John the Divine)

1936-12-10

Doc Edwards, Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Mets

1937-12-25

O'Kelly Isley, Cincinnati Ohio, singer (Isley Brothers-Twist & Shout)

1938-9-22

Gene Mingo, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1939-04-01

Rudolph Isley, Cincinnati Ohio, rocker (Isley Brothers-Shout)

1939-11-06

Ernie Wright, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1939-12-08

Dick Hoak, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1941-01-16

Sam Gruneisen, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1941-01-28

Joel Crothers, Cincinnati OH, actor (Edge of Night)

1941-04-14

Pete Rose, Cincinnati Ohio, MLB player and manager (Cincinnati Reds)

1941-05-21

Ronald Isley, Cincinnati Ohio, singer (Isley Brothers-Twist & Shout)

1942-01-30

Marty Balin, Cincinnati, singer (Jefferson Starship-Miracles)

1942-02-20

Scott Appleton, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1942-07-21

Fred Hetzel, NBA star (SF, Cincinnati, Milwaukee Bucks)

1943-01-01

Robert Brown, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1943-02-22

Tom Van Arsdale, NBA all-star (Detroit, Cincinnati, KC-Omaha, Phil)

1943-03-15

Brenda Scott, Cincinnati Oh, actress (Midge-Road West)

1944-05-18

S.T. Saffold, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1945-01-05

Sam Wyche, NFL coach (Cincinnati Bengals)

1945-08-09

Chip Myers, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1945-08-16

Suzanne Farrell, Cincinnati, ballerina (Don Quioxote)

1945-12-25

Gary Sandy, Dayton Ohio, actor (Andy-WKRP in Cincinnati)

1945-12-29

Jim Cheyunski, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1946-08-05

Loni Anderson, St Paul Minn, American actress (Jennifer-WKRP in Cincinnati)

1946-11-20

Greg Cook, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Denver Broncos

1946-12-17

Russ Washington, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1946-12-18

Steven Spielberg, Cincinnati, director (ET, Close Encounters, Jaws)

1947-03-22

Buzz Sapien, The New WKRP in Cincinnati

1947-10-14

Charlie Joiner, Many La, NFL receiver (Houston, Cincinnati, San Diego)

1948-04-18

"Tiny" Nate Archibald, New York City New York, NBA guard (Cincinnati)

1948-04-21

Neal Craig, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Denver Broncos

1948-06-17

David Concepcion, Venezuela, all star shortstop (Cincinnati Reds)

1949-02-15

Ken Anderson, NFL quarterback (Cincinnati Bengals)

1949-03-07

Bo Cornell, Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1950-03-02

John Reaves, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1950-03-18

James Conlon, NYC, conductor (Cincinnati May Festival-1979)

1950-06-28

Chris Speier, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1950-10-20

Isaac Curtis, NFL wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals)

1951-02-19

Stephen Nichols, Cincinnati OH, actor (Witchboard, Days of our Lives)

1951-07-18

Charlie Luken, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1951-12-04

Patricia Wettig, Cincinnati Ohio, actress (Nancy Weston-30 Something)

1953-01-22

Steve Chabot, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1953-07-01

Mike Washington, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1953-07-24

Willie Shelby, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1953-08-20

Earnest Rhone, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-12-07

Rickey Young, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Minnesota Vikings

1953-12-20

Glenn Bujnoch, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1954-01-16

M.L. Harris, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1954-07-21

Don Macek, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1955-01-31

Ted Power, San Francisco Giants vs. Cincinnati Reds

1955-06-15

Julie Hagerty, Cincinnati OH, actress (Airplane, Princesses)

1955-06-28

Dennis Swilley, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Minnesota Vikings

1956-08-04

Jim Hough, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Minnesota Vikings

1958-05-28

Bill Doran, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1958-10-10

Robert Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1959-01-21

Jose Uribe, San Francisco Giants vs. Cincinnati Reds

1959-04-22

Terry Francona, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1960-03-17

Vicki Lewis, Cincinnati, actress (Beth-Newsradio)

1960-04-15

Darren Comeaux, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Seattle Seahawks

1960-04-28

Tom Browning, San Francisco Giants vs. Cincinnati Reds

1960-07-28

Carmelo Martinez, Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Mets

1960-08-16

Matt Hader, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1960-11-02

Robert Harold Lohr, Cincinnati OH, PGA golfer (1988 Walt Disney)

1960-11-18

Mike Martin, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Chicago Bears

1960-12-21

Roger McDowell, Cincinnati OH, pitcher (NY Mets, Balt Orioles)

1961-04-17

Boomer Esiason, West Islip, New York, American NFL quarterback (NY Jets, Cincinnati Bengals)

1962-01-19

Chris Sabo, Detroit Michigan, third baseman (Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles)

1962-04-02

Mark Mallory, City of Cincinnati

1963-02-25

Paul O'Neill, Columbus Ohio, MLB right fielder (Cincinnati Reds, NY Yankees)

1963-06-18

Joe Walter, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1963-07-07

Lance Johnson, Cincinnati OH, outfielder (NY Mets)

1963-07-19

Mark Carreon, Cincinnati Reds vs. San Francisco Giants

1964-02-14

Darrick Brilz, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens

1964-03-04

Tom Lampkin, Cincinnati OH, catcher (SF Giants)

1964-04-28

Barry Larkin, Cincinnati OH, infielder (Cin Reds)

1964-06-03

Eugene Seale, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Oilers

1964-11-22

Stephen Geoffreys, Cincinnati Oh, actor (Faternity Vacation)

1965-01-04

Kevin Wickander, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds)

1965-04-09

Hal Morris, Cincinnati Reds vs. Houston Astros

1965-04-15

Mark Dennis, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-12-08

Greg Truitt, NFL safety/linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1966-01-15

Betsy Mitchell, Cincinnati Ohio, American 100m backstroke swimmer

1966-02-28

Ickey Woods, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1966-04-03

Bo Orlando, NFL safety (San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals)

1966-04-03

Bo Orlando, Houston Oilers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1966-04-14

David Justice, Cincinnati Ohio, baseball player (Atlanta Braves)

1966-06-05

Bill Spiers, Cincinnati Reds vs. Houston Astros

1966-10-28

Tim Bogar, Cincinnati Reds vs. Houston Astros

1967-01-06

Larry Donald, Cincinnati Ohio, US boxer (Olympic-92)

1967-01-26

Jeff Branson, US baseball infielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1967-01-26

Tim Pugh, Lake Tahoe CA, pitcher (Cincinnati Reds, KC Royals)

1967-02-01

Tim Naehring, Cincinnati OH, infielder (Boston Red Sox)

1967-02-20

Tom Waddle, NFL player (Chicago Bears/Cincinnati Bengals)

1967-02-26

Scott Service, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds)

1967-04-08

Janet Mason, WKRP in Cincinnati: A XXX Parody

1968-01-23

Petr Korda, Prague Czech, tennis star (1993 Doubles-Cincinnati)

1968-01-24

Ross Powell, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros)

1968-08-04

James Francis, linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1968-11-14

Bob Christian, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1969-01-22

Keith Gordon, US baseball outfielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1969-02-10

Jayhawk Owens, Cincinnati Ohio, catcher (Colorado Rockies)

1969-02-16

Tim Costo, US baseball infielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1969-03-28

Scottie Graham, NFL running back (Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-03-29

Jimmy Spencer, NFL cornerback (NO Saints, Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-03-31

Kevin Sargent, NFL tackle/guard (Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-06-20

Gerald Dixon, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-09-02

Mark Brettschneider, Cincinnati Oh, actor (Jason-One Life to Live)

1969-11-08

Ricardo McDonald, NFL linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1970-03-12

Michael Bankston, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens

1970-06-19

Scott Brumfield, guard (Cincinnati Bengals)

1970-11-06

Rich Braham, tackle (Cincinnati Bengals)

1970-12-04

Jeff Blake, NFL quarterback (Cincinnati Bengals)

1970-9-25

Doug Pelfrey, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Oilers

1971-03-19

D.T. Cromer, Houston Astros vs. Cincinnati Reds

1971-04-09

James Hundon, wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals)

1971-08-16

Willie Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1971-9-04

John Thierry, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1972-05-05

Travis Jervey, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1972-05-24

Tito Paul, NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals)

1972-09-14

David Bell, Cincinnati Ohio, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1972-11-08

Ken Blackman, NFL guard (Cincinnati Bengals)

1972-9-13

Nelson Cruz, Houston Astros vs. Cincinnati Reds

1973-01-07

Brian Milne, fullback (Cincinnati Bengals)

1973-01-25

Marco Battaglia, tight end (Cincinnati Bengals)

1973-02-08

Eric Kresser, quarterback (Cincinnati Bengals)

1973-02-11

Tom Tumulty, linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1973-03-23

Kathy Carboy, Cincinnati, Ohio, diver (Olympics-96)

1973-04-08

Joel Davis, guard (Cincinnati Bengals)

1973-12-12

Reinard Wilson, linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-01-11

Rod Jones, NFL guard (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-02-16

Jevon Langford, defensive end (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-03-11

Billy Granville, linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-05-04

Miguel Cairo, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1974-06-14

Rod Payne, corner (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-08-04

Canute Curtis, linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-08-25

Mike Jenkins, wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974-11-21

Tremain Mack, strong safety (Cincinnati Bengals)

1975-07-09

Tony Williams, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1975-10-24

Corey Dillon, HB (Cincinnati Bengals)

1976-01-20

Michael Myers, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1976-02-23

Scott Elarton, Cincinnati Reds vs. Houston Astros

1976-03-08

Ryan Freel, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1976-08-04

Scott Linebrink, Atlanta Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds

1977-02-22

Reggie Kelly, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

1977-05-10

Amanda Borden, Cincinnati Ohio, gymnast (World-silv-94, Oly-gold-96)

1977-07-26

Joaquin Benoit, Detroit Tigers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1978-07-03

Juan Rivera, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1979-08-24

Levi Jones, Denver Broncos vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1979-08-31

Ramon Santiago, Detroit Tigers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1979-10-01

Rudi Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1980-02-03

Skip Schumaker, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds

1980-10-29

B.J. Sams, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1980-9-02

Kyle Larson, New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1980-9-04

Jeremi Johnson, New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1981-03-13

Landon Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1981-12-24

Holly Heart, WKRP in Cincinnati: A XXX Parody

1982-05-28

Jhonny Peralta, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds

1982-07-23

Schottzie Schott, dog mascot of Cincinnati Reds

1982-12-31

Ronald Belisario, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1983-08-11

Robert Geathers, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

1983-9-20

Reggie McNeal, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts

1984-07-08

Bernardo Pantoja, Cincinnati to Seattle to Portland

1985-02-25

Xavier Paul, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds

1986-01-03

Steve McLendon, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati - Notable Weddings

Harriet BeecherJan 6, 1836

William TaftJun 19, 1886

Oscar RobertsonJun 25, 1960

Johnny BenchFeb 21, 1975

Cincinnati - Weddings
Date Event
1836-01-06

Author Harriet Beecher (24) weds educator Calvin Ellis Stowe (33) in Cincinnati, Ohio

1886-06-19

US President William Taft (28) weds Helen Herron (25) in Cincinnati, Ohio

1960-06-25

NBA player Oscar Robertson (21) weds teacher Yvonne Crittenden in Cincinnati, Ohio

1975-02-21

Cincinnati Reds catcher Johnny Bench (27) weds Vickie Chesser in Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati - Notable Deaths

Paul BrownAug 5, 1991

Cincinnati - Deaths
Date Event
1914-09-01

Martha, last known passenger pigeon, dies at Cincinnati Zoo

1982-10-22

Richard Jessup, The Cincinnati Kid

1991-08-05

Paul Brown, NFL founder (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals), dies at 82

1991-08-05

Paul Brown, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1991-08-07

Shotzie, Cincinnati Red dog mascot, dies at 9

1992-03-02

Scott Appleton, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1995-03-10

Irene Tedrow, The Cincinnati Kid

1999-03-13

Bob Hollway, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Minnesota Vikings

2004-03-02

Marge Schott, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

2006-12-08

Jose Uribe, San Francisco Giants vs. Cincinnati Reds

2007-05-29

Posteal Laskey, American convicted murderer widely believed to be the Cincinnati Strangler of natural causes (b. 1938)

2008-10-20

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

2011-10-17

Carl Lindner, Jr., Cincinnati businessman and one of the world's richest people (b. 1919)

2012-01-27

Greg Cook, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Denver Broncos

2012-12-22

Ryan Freel, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds

2018-03-08

Legendary Cincinnati journalist Tom Craig dies at age 91


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