I'm going with the '76 Reds because of their starting eight, four HOF careers* Bench - HOF, greatest catcher ever Perez - HOF Morgan - HOF, NL MVP 1976, 27 HR, 60 SB and hit .320 OPS 1.020 Concepcion - 9x All-Star, 5x Gold Glover, 21 SB Rose - All-time hit king, hit .320 and finished 4th in NL MVP Voting in '76 Foster - Finished second in NL MVP voting to Joe Morgan, 5x All-Star Geronimo - 4x Gold Glover, hit .307 in 1976, 22 SB. Griffey - Hit .336 and finished eighth in NL MVP balloting in '76 Every starter stole more than 10 stolen bases that year, except Rose who stole nine. As Mel Allen would say, "How about that." The Reds hit .280 as a team that year, .291 minus the pitchers at-bats. I know the Reds starting pitching doesn't jump out at you like some other great teams, but that starting everyday lineup was fantastic and the Reds bullpen was solid with Eastwick, Borbon and McEnaney. .