Tag Archives: Cincinnati (OH)

Reds to Celebrate 150 Years

In case you missed it, the Cincinnati Reds will celebrate 150 years of baseball in the city with 15 throwback uniforms during the 2019 season.  Read more and view uniforms here.  See more here.

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Clydesdale Cart, Other New Features on Tap at GABP

Great American Ball Park will offer Cincinnati Reds fans new views and places to buy brews this season.  Read more here.

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Reds Unveil New Food Items

The Cincinnati Reds held a tasting Wednesday of the new food at Great American Ball Park’s Scouts Club.  While ballpark staff always cooks up something new, this year’s offerings came with a heaping side of love for classic Queen City fare.  Read more and see photos here.

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Slomovitz Names New Executive Chef at GABP

The Cincinnati Reds and Delaware North Sportservice have named Manny Slomovitz as the new executive chef for Great American Ball Park.  Read more here.

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Reds Introduce ‘Bandwagon Cam’

Taking a shot at the hordes of Chicago Cubs fans in their ballpark, the Cincinnati Reds introduced the “Bandwagon Cam.”  Read more here.

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Crosley Field Historic Site Opens

Cincinnati Reds LogoThe Crosley Field Historic Site opened Wednesday on a property where the Cincinnati Reds played for decades, with a colorful mural and replicas meant to jog memories and imaginations.  Read more here.  View news report and photos here.

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‘Fioptics District’ a Hit

Cincinnati Reds LogoNo matter how the Cincinnati Reds do this season on the field, the team’s owners hit a home run on Opening Day when they introduced fans to the new Fioptics District at Great American Ball Park.  Read more here.  View photo gallery here.

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