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Help choose the next Reds Hall of Famer!

Voting is now underway in the 2018 Reds Hall of Fame Modern Player Ballot presented by Clark Schaefer Hackett, the official accounting firm of the Reds Hall of Fame Ballot. Fans can cast their votes today exclusively online to determine which of the Reds greats below will be enshrined during Induction Weekend festivities next summer.

Limit one vote per e-mail address per day.


2018 Candidates

Aaron Boone

Aaron Boone, 3B

1997 - 2003

National League All-Star in 2003; Reds Most Valuable Player in 2002; ranks in the top 50 in franchise history in slugging percentage (31st), home runs (34th), extra base hits (44th), on-base plus slugging percentage (46th), and doubles (49th); tied for NL lead in games played in 2002 (162); led Reds in stolen bases in 2002 (32) and 2003 (15); starting third baseman on 1999 Reds team that won 96 games; hit last home run in the history of Riverfront Stadium/Cinergy Field on 9/22/02.

Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn, OF

2001 - 2008

Ranks 4th on Reds all-time home run list (270); led Reds in home runs each season from 2002-2008; finished in top 10 in NL in home runs five times during Reds career; ranks in the top 20 in franchise history in runs scored (18th) and RBI (20th); ranks 3rd in franchise history in career slugging percentage and on-base plus slugging percentage; ranks 7th in career on-base percentage and walks; holds Reds record for most 40 home run seasons (4) and most years leading or tying for team lead in home runs (7); NL All-Star in 2002.

John Franco

John Franco, P

1984 - 1989

Ranks 3rd on Reds all-time saves list (148); 3-time NL All-Star (1986, 1987, 1989); NL Fireman of the Year and NL Rolaids Relief Man Award winner in 1988; led Reds in saves each season from 1986-1989, one of only five pitchers in Reds history to lead club in saves in four straight seasons; 6th lowest career ERA in Reds history (2.49); selected as Reds Outstanding Pitcher in 1986 & 1987.


Danny Graves, P

1997 - 2005

Reds all-time saves leader (182); 2-time NL All-Star (2000, 2004); ranks 5th in club history for most games pitched (465); led Reds in saves five times (1999-2002, 2004); one of only five pitchers in Reds history to lead Reds in save four straight years; ranked in top 10 in NL in saves four times; selected as Reds team MVP and Outstanding Pitcher in 2000; closer on 96-win 1999 Reds team.

Scott Rolen

Scott Rolen, 3B

2009 - 2012

Two-time National League All-Star (2010, 2011); only third baseman in Reds history to win a Gold Glove Award (2010); Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award winner (2010); finished 14th in voting for the National League's Most Valuable Player Award (2010); starting third baseman and leader of Reds 2010 Central Division Champion club and 2012 Central Division Championship team that won 97 games.

Reggie Sanders

Reggie Sanders, OF

1991 - 1998

Finished 4th in NL Rookie of the Year voting in 1992; NL and Sporting News All-Star in 1995; 6th in NL MVP voting in 1995; top 5 in NL outfield assists 3 times; led Reds in RBI twice and triples 3 times; ranks in top 20 in franchise history in career home runs (20th), slugging percentage (tied for 12th) and on-base plus slugging percentage (16th); starting right fielder on 1995 NL Central Champion Reds.

Eligibility & Rules

Player Eligibility

Players who played in at least three years for the Reds, appeared in a Major League game within the last 13 years, and who are in at least their third year since appearing in their last Major League game were considered for inclusion on the Modern Player Ballot by the Hall's Election Governance Committee.

Players whose careers ended more than 13 years ago along with managers and executives are considered by the Reds Hall of Fame's Veterans Committee.

Fan Voting

Fans may vote for no more than one player per ballot submission and may only submit one ballot per email address per day throughout the voting period. The fans' vote will be combined with votes from select members of the media and Reds alumni to determine the Modern Player Ballot winner. Any candidate elected by the Veterans Committee will join the Modern Player Ballot winner and will be inducted as part of the Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The voting period is from August 21-September 30, 2017.

For complete voting rules and election procedures please click below.


Fan Vote - Choose the next Reds Hall of Famer!