The Reds continue to honor the franchise’s past great teams during their 150th anniversary celebration by wearing retro uniforms. The latest to hit the field for the reds is their 1919 Home World Series unis. The team won 96 games with only 44 losses for a winning percentage of .686, the best of any Reds team since 1900. The team also won the franchise's first National League pennant and World Series. To celebrate this team, the club ordered new uniforms for use in World Series play that featured a slightly altered C-Reds logo on the jersey fronts as well as a claw shape to the "C" that appeared on cap faces. We see today’s team rocking the same version as the 1919 team did.