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1957 Cincinnati Redlegs 1957 Cincinnati Redlegs
Record 80-74 .519
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Standings 4th in the NL (15 games back)
Pythagorean 74-80, 74-80, 74-80
Runs (S/A) 747 / 781
BallparkCrosley Field
Park FactorsBatting: 107 / Pitching: 106
Attendance1,070,850 (4th) (8th)
Spring TrainingTampa, Florida (Al Lopez Field)
ManagerBirdie Tebbetts
CoachesFrank A McCormick, Jimmy Dykes, Tom Ferrick
ExecutivesOwner: Powel Crosley Jr., General Manager: Gabe Paul
Minor Leagues(AAA) Havana Sugar Kings, (AAA) Seattle Rainiers, (AA) Nashville Volunteers, (AA) Savannah Redlegs, (A) Wenatchee Chiefs, (B) Clovis Redlegs, (B) Port Arthur Redlegs, (C) Wausau Lumberjacks, (C) Visalia Redlegs, (D) Bradford Beagles, (D) Palatka Redlegs, (D) Graceville Oilers
Radio (WKRC) Jack Moran, Waite Hoyt

The 1957 Cincinnati Redlegs went 80-74 and finished 4th in the National League. The Redlegs drew 1,070,850 to Crosley Field. Ed Bailey, Gus Bell, Don Hoak, Roy McMillan, Frank Robinson and Johnny Temple made the All-Star team. Gold Glove winners for 1957 included Roy McMillan.

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