- Location: Rockford, IL
- League: Wisconsin-Illinois League 1908-1910; Midwest League 1999
- Affiliation: Cincinnati Reds 1999
- Ballpark: Marinelli Field 1999
The Rockford Reds were a Cincinnati Reds affiliate in the Midwest League in 1999. Previously known as the Rockford Cubbies, they played their home games at Marinelli Field in Rockford, Illinois. Led by skipper Mike Rojas, they went 45-24 in the first half to capture the Central Division first half crown. They went 31-39 in the second half of the season, posting an overall record of 76-63. They outscored the opposition 700-690. The team's star player was shortstop Travis Dawkins, who hit .272/~.347/.423 with 8 homers and 38 stolen bases (in 51 tries) en route to being named to the league's All-Star team. Baseball America rated Dawkins as the #2 prospect in the MWL. The Reds rotation was anchored by Robert Avarette, who posted a 2.58 ERA (leading the league), and Dave Therneau, who won 12 games. However, the team was defeated in the first round of the postseason by the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.
|Year||Record||Finish||Manager||Playoffs||Hitting coach||Pitching coach|
|1908||48-74||8th||Frank Shugart / James Hutten / Hunkey Hines||none|
|1999||76-63||4th||Mike Rojas||Lost in 1st round||Jay Sorg||Derek Botelho|