2022 Reds Tickets
The Cincinnati Reds have been playing professional baseball since 1881. Over their long history Cincy has played over 21,000 professional games including a bunch of playoff games and even a handful of World Series games. In fact, the Reds rank in the top 10 of MLB teams for World Series victories. So this is storied franchise with a lot of success on the field. Those two elements typically are part of the recipe to be a popular team to see play live.
Over that long history they have built up a passionate fan base, so demand for Reds tickets in 2022 should once again be strong. Cincinnati will be competing to win the NL Central and their biggest home games for Cincinnati will be their annual division games against the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals. The rivalry series that gets fans really excited is the Reds vs Cleveland Guardians battle for Ohio. Reds fans will turn out in big numbers for that match-up, as will their friends from Cleveland who may come in from nearby cities in Ohio, in what is a classic baseball series.
Cincinnati Reds Opening Day
What is the biggest Reds game of the season? The Reds home opener is their biggest game of the season, outside the playoffs, in-terms of demand from fans. Opening Day is a tradition for many long-time Cincinnati fans and also a game that many new fans want to experience for the first-time. There is nothing quite as sweet as being there on Opening day to see the new Reds ball club run out on the field for the first time in 2022.
2022 Reds Playoffs Tickets
The Reds have tough competition for the post-season from within the NL Central, as the Cubs, Brewers and Cardinals are perennial powers. When Cincinnati does advance to the post-season, there will be huge demand for Reds playoffs tickets from fans across Southern Ohio. The Reds have the opportunity in 2022 to play in the NL Wild Cards, the NL Divisional Series, the NLCS and the 2022 World Series.
Cincinnati Reds Spring Training
The Reds play their 2022 Spring Training games at Goodyear Ballpark in Arizona, as part of the Cactus League. Fans wanting to see a Reds Spring Training game can fly into Phoenix and then make the short drive to Goodyear, which is a suburb of the capital city. See the full spring training schedule.