Don’t forget, tonight’s Reds Hot Stove League show will be broadcast live from the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum in the Palace of the Fans Theater from 7-8pm ET. Tonight’s show is open to the public and admission to the HOF is free after 5pm. If you can’t make it, you can still tune into the show on 700 WLW or online at THIS LINK.
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It’s the Scott Rolen Gold Glove replica (presented by Kahn’s) that we’re giving away on May 26 to the first 20,000 fans attending the Reds/Rockies game. Cool stuff, huh?
Tonight at 10pm ET, MLB Network is revealing MLB.com’s top 50 prospects. Tune in to see if any of the Reds farmhands made the list.
Reds host annual ‘Select-A-Seat’ event on Jan. 28
CINCINNATI (January 23, 2012) — Reds fans can choose their seats for the 2012 season at the annual Select-A-Seat event on Saturday, January 28 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm in the FOX Sports Ohio Champions Club at Great American Ball Park.
“We invite all Reds fans considering partial or full season tickets to visit the Select-A-Seat event,” said John Davis, Reds Vice President of Ticket Sales. “This is the best way for fans to sit in different seats around the ballpark, determine what locations are right for them and personalize their own Reds experience.”
Beginning at 9:30 am, fans can team up with a Reds ticket sales representative and walk around the ballpark to select their seats for the 2012 season.
At approximately 11 am, fans can participate in a Q&A with members of the Reds Caravan including Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman, All-Star second baseman Brandon Phillips, Assistant General Manager Bob Miller, broadcaster and former pitcher Chris Welsh, Reds Hall of Famer Lee May and minor league catcher Tucker Barnhart.
Fans purchasing a season plan of 20 games or more will have the chance to meet the Caravan members and receive a signed baseball.
Select-A-Seat admission is free and cash parking is available in the Great American Ball Park garage.
Seating for the Q&A is limited.
For more information on ticket plans, visit www.reds.com/tickets or call (513) 765-7500.
That’s all for now. I’ll probably have some more stuff in a bit…
Expect good news,