After five rounds of voting and a few close calls, you guys have determined the winner of our Best Seasons bracket. With 62.5 percent of the vote in the championship round, the 1975 Cincinnati Reds are the bracket champions!
The 1975 Reds are widely considered to be one of the best teams in MLB history, and it was really no surprise that they ended up in the championship round against the 1927 Yankees. They finished the season 108-54, swept the NLCS against Pittsburgh and won the World Series 4-3 against Boston.
As a team, they were among the league leaders in batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage. The team had three Hall of Famers on the roster, plus Pete Rose (who really should be in the Hall of Fame, but that's a whole other story).
You can read our full post on the 1975 Reds and why they were the best season in Cincinnati history here.
Thank you all for voting in our Best Seasons Bracket and reading along with our Best Seasons series over the last month.
Matthew Atkins, Journalist and Baseball fan.