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Redbird

Redbird, Redbirds, Red Bird or Red Birds may refer to:

Contents

  • Bird 1
  • Companies 2
  • People 3
  • Places in the United States 4
  • Music 5
  • Popular culture 6
  • Software 7
  • Sports 8
    • Baseball 8.1
      • Major leagues 8.1.1
      • Minor leagues 8.1.2

Bird

Companies

People

  • Red Bird (c. 1788–1828), Ho-Chunk chief
  • Redbird Smith (1850–1918), Cherokee traditionalist
  • Zitkála-ša (Red Bird, Gertrude Bonnin), Yankton Dakota author
  • Che-se-quah (Red Bird, Joan Hill), Muscogee Creek-Cherokee artist

Places in the United States

Music

Popular culture

Software

  • Redbird is a GPS tracking software that uses SMS protocols developed by Redbird Technologies Co. Ltd.

Sports

Baseball

Major leagues

Minor leagues

  • Memphis Redbirds, the Memphis class AAA minor league baseball team
  • Louisville Redbirds, the former name of the Louisville Bats minor league baseball team
  • Hamilton Redbirds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played from 1988 to 1992
  • Glens Falls Redbirds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played in 1993
  • Union Springs Redbirds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played from 1936 to 1938 in Alabama
  • Columbus Red Birds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played from 1931 to 1954 in Ohio
  • Columbus Red Birds (Georgia), a defunct minor league baseball team that played from 1909 to 1959 in Georgia, best known as the Columbus Foxes
  • Raleigh Red Birds, a name used by some defunct minor league baseball teams in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Williamson Red Birds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played from 1939 to 1942
  • Huntsville Red Birds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played in 1935 in Arkansas
  • Geneva Red Birds, a defunct minor league baseball team that played in 1946 and 1950 in Alabama
  • Geneva Red Birds (New York), a defunct minor league baseball team that played in Geneva, New York from 1947 to 1993, later known as the Geneva Cubs
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