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Kimberly is excellent. She took a very confusing and stressful situation and made it simple and... more
Cincinnati  Kimberly V. Thomas

Kimberly Thomas

Cincinnati, OH Debt Settlement
Avvo rating 6.8
Kimberly was amazing and extremely efficient with my case. She was incredibly friendly and put my mind at... more
Cincinnati  Kimberly V. Thomas

Kimberly Thomas

Cincinnati, OH Debt Settlement
Avvo rating 6.8
The case Paul handled for me was complex by government design. I had been acquitted, but the government... more
Cincinnati  Paul Gregory Croushore

Paul Croushore

Cincinnati, OH Appeals
Avvo rating No concern
Stay away from this lawyer. He could not handle immigration case I had in 2010, and my money was wasted.... more
Cincinnati  Michael Kurt Allen

Michael Allen

Cincinnati, OH Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.0
Diana was a true pleasure to work with. She helped my son's father and myself through mediation, and provided... more
Cincinnati  Diana Michelle Link

Diana Link

Cincinnati, OH Family
Avvo rating 9.0
When I first came there a person who introduced himself as David told me that I have nothing to worry about,... more
Cincinnati  David Steven Chesley

David Chesley

Lancaster, CA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.2
I was low income & he was the only one that accepted it at the time. I had a consult for modification of... more
Cincinnati  John Arthur Smitten

John Smitten

Clearwater, FL Family
Avvo rating 8.0
Really disappointed in her lack of preparation. The opposing side made us look like idiots.
Cincinnati  Marilyn Perrin

Marilyn Perrin

San Diego, CA Insurance
Avvo rating 6.7

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Cincinnati was home to the world's first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings. The Cincinnati Red Stockings completed their first season in 1869 without losing a single game out of over 50 played -- an achievement that has never been matched.

Their first loss in their 93rd game caused many in Cincinnati to be heartbroken, and eventually led the team to move to Boston. However, the early contributions of the Red Stockings can be credited with putting baseball on the map as a major competitive sport in the United States.