The Boston Reds were a 19th-century baseball team located in Boston, Massachusetts that played in the Players' League in 1890 and in the American Association in 1891. They played in the Congress Street Grounds in the 1890s. The team took its name from the successful Boston club of the National Association and National League formerly known as the (Boston) Red Stockings, who had changed their name to the Beaneaters in 1883. The club lasted only two seasons, but in those two seasons they were league champions.

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  • The Boston Reds were a 19th-century baseball team located in Boston, Massachusetts that played in the Players' League in 1890 and in the American Association in 1891. They played in the Congress Street Grounds in the 1890s. The team took its name from the successful Boston club of the National Association and National League formerly known as the (Boston) Red Stockings, who had changed their name to the Beaneaters in 1883. The club lasted only two seasons, but in those two seasons they were league champions. In 1890 the Reds won the Players' League pennant when they finished first ahead of the New York Giants, and then won the American Association pennant when they finished first ahead of the St. Louis Browns (now the Cardinals). The Boston Reds are one of two major league teams to win back-to-back pennants spanning two different leagues. The Brooklyn Dodgers did it also, winning the AA pennant in 1889 and the NL pennant in 1890. At the conclusion of the 1891 season, the National League pressed for the consolidation of the American Association with the National League. Part of the posturing included the National League directing its champion Boston Beaneaters not to play the Reds in a World Series. The leagues settled, adding four AA clubs to a combined circuit. As part of the settlement, the owners of the four clubs not joining the combined circuit, including the Reds, were paid $135,000 and their players dispersed to the surviving clubs. Their abandoned ballpark was revived for use by the National League club in 1894, during the weeks that South End Grounds was being rebuilt following a fire. The Congress Street Grounds, with its close left field foul line, quickly gained some more history, as Bobby Lowe hit four home runs in one game there, the first player to accomplish that feat. (en)
  • Les Reds de Boston (en anglais : Boston Reds) sont une ancienne franchise de baseball basée à Boston (Massachusetts) aux États-Unis. Cette formation évolue successivement en Players League (1890) puis en American Association (1891), et remporte le titre les deux saisons. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Reds, citons Charles Radbourn, Clark Griffith, King Kelly, Dan Brouthers, Tommy McCarthy et Hugh Duffy, membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. Les Reds évoluent à domicile au Congress Street Grounds, enceinte de 16 500 places située près du Fort Point Channel. (fr)
  • ボストン・レッズ(Boston Reds)は、1890年と1891年に、マサチューセッツ州ボストンを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグとアメリカン・アソシエーションに加盟していたプロ野球チーム。 (ja)
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  • Les Reds de Boston (en anglais : Boston Reds) sont une ancienne franchise de baseball basée à Boston (Massachusetts) aux États-Unis. Cette formation évolue successivement en Players League (1890) puis en American Association (1891), et remporte le titre les deux saisons. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Reds, citons Charles Radbourn, Clark Griffith, King Kelly, Dan Brouthers, Tommy McCarthy et Hugh Duffy, membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. Les Reds évoluent à domicile au Congress Street Grounds, enceinte de 16 500 places située près du Fort Point Channel. (fr)
  • ボストン・レッズ(Boston Reds)は、1890年と1891年に、マサチューセッツ州ボストンを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグとアメリカン・アソシエーションに加盟していたプロ野球チーム。 (ja)
  • The Boston Reds were a 19th-century baseball team located in Boston, Massachusetts that played in the Players' League in 1890 and in the American Association in 1891. They played in the Congress Street Grounds in the 1890s. The team took its name from the successful Boston club of the National Association and National League formerly known as the (Boston) Red Stockings, who had changed their name to the Beaneaters in 1883. The club lasted only two seasons, but in those two seasons they were league champions. (en)
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  • Boston Reds (1890–91) (en)
  • Reds de Boston (1890) (fr)
  • ボストン・レッズ (ja)
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