Glenn Braggs started his Major League career with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1986. He was traded to Cincinnati on June 9, 1990 as the Reds were in the midst of their wire-to-wire run that culminated in a World Series Championship. His most memorable moment that season came in the League Championship Series against Pittsburgh. In the ninth inning of game six, with one on and one out and the Reds leading 2 to 1, Braggs robbed the Buc's Carmelo Martinez of a possible home run. Braggs jumped up and snared a long fly ball as his back hit the wall, to get the 2nd out of the inning. The Reds won the game and advanced to the World Series.