SATURDAY’S #REDS LINEUP: WHO’S YOUR ‘RED-TO-ROCK?’
From my pal @Bongreatness…
Today the first 25,000 fans in attendance will receive a free Ken Griffey Jr. 500th Home Run Bobbblehead, courtesy of Cincinnati Bell. Due to today’s expected capacity crowd, gates to the ballpark will open at 2:05PM for Season Ticket Holders and 2:20PM for the general public.
During pregame ceremonies tonight the Reds will salute our 3 team finalists for the Target PEOPLE All-Star Teachers program. Joining us at the ballpark tonight will be Rachel Blanks, who teaches in Dayton, OH. Not able to join us tonight, but being recognized are her co-finalists Zach Kelley, of Brownsburg, IN, and Jean McPherron of Provo, UT. The Reds All-Star Teacher representative will be announced after voting ends on June 29th and that person will participate in pregame festivities at the MLB All-Star Game in Minneapolis on July 15th.
Fans will want to stick around after the game tonight for the first “Reds Movie Night” in ballpark history, thanks to Cincinnati Bell, powered by Cincinnati Bell Fioptics. Tonight’s feature move is The LEGO® Movie. The movie will begin approximately 10 minutes after the conclusion of today’s game.