HOMESTAND HIGHLIGHTS • JULY 25-30 • REDS VS. NATIONALS AND DIAMONDBACKS

FireworksFridayPopsFriday, July 25, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals, 7:10 p.m.
• Cincinnati Pops and Fireworks Friday: The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conducted by John Morris Russell, will play a post-game concert from the Kroger Fan Zone and will be shown on the videoboard for all fans to see. The last 20 minutes of the concert will accompany the Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks show, which is presented by Homemade Brand Ice Cream. The Pops Brass will perform the National Anthem during pregame ceremonies and Take Me Out To The Ballgame during the 7th Inning Stretch. (Due to the Pops concert, the Fan Zone Wiffle ball field will be closed to fans on Friday night)
• Washington Nationals Racing Presidents: All five of the Washington Nationals Racing Presidents (George, Tom, Abe, Teddy & Taft) will race around the warning track from center field to the first base side at the end of the 4th inning and appear in the Kroger Fan Zone in from the 5th to the middle 6th inning for photos with fans. Tonight they will also join us for a special postgame relay race with Mr. Red, Mr. Redlegs, Rosie & Gapper, along with the Nationals eagle mascot “Screech.”
• Cincinnati Zoo Bald Eagle Flight: “Sam” the Bald Eagle from the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will perform a flight from the roof of the Cincinnati Bell Technology Pavilion in center field to the pitcher’s mound during the singing of the National Anthem.

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Saturday, July 26, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals, 4:05 p.m. (FOX Sports 1 National TV)
• Mr. Redlegs Hat & Mustache Giveaway: Mr. Redlegs mustache and replica striped pillbox hat to the first 20,000 fans, presented by LaRosa’s.
• Washington Nationals Racing Presidents: All five of the Washington Nationals Racing Presidents (George, Tom, Abe, Teddy & Taft) will race around the warning track from center field to the first base side at the end of the 4th inning and appear in the Kroger Fan Zone in from the 5th to the middle 6th inning for photos with fans.
• Ballpark Traffic: Fans should be advised that events on Saturday at Paul Brown Stadium (Macy’s Music Festival) and U.S. Bank Arena (Disney Jr. Live) could lead to traffic delays around the ballpark. Please plan accordingly.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Washington Nationals, 1:10 p.m.
• Dog Days Calendar Giveaway: Reds Dog Days of Summer calendar featuring players, broadcasters and fans with their pets to the first 20,000 fans, presented by Iams and Kroger.
• Hall of Fame Day: In honor of the 75th anniversary of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and their induction ceremonies being held today in Cooperstown, N.Y., all uniformed personnel around Major League Baseball will wear a commemorative patch on their right sleeve.
• Baseball Tomorrow Fund: During pregame ceremonies, MLB’s Baseball Tomorrow Fund, in conjunction with the Reds Community Fund, will present a $5,000 grant to the Fairfield Community Foundation in support of the Joe Nuxhall Character Education Fund and its Reds Rookie Success League – Butler County program.
• Washington Nationals Racing Presidents: All five of the Washington Nationals Racing Presidents (George, Tom, Abe, Teddy & Taft) will race around the warning track from center field to the first base side at the end of the 4th inning and appear in the Kroger Fan Zone in from the 5th to the middle 6th inning for photos with fans.
• Post-Game Gospel Concert: Stay after the game for a Gospel concert featuring Isaac Carree and Grammy-winning artist Donnie McClurkin. Additionally, The Mistics will perform in the Kroger Fan Zone pregame and Donna Jones Baker (President & CEO of the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati) will receive the Community Advocate Award and throw out a ceremonial first pitch.

Monday, July 28, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 7:10 p.m.
• Rosie Reds 50th Anniversary: Pregame ceremonies will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rosie Reds, the philanthropic and social organization that has supported the Reds since 1964.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 7:10 p.m.
• Bengals & Reds Kickoff: Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko, offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth and running back Giovani Bernard will participate in pregame ceremonies. The Bengals and Reds are partnering to celebrate the start of Bengals training camp at Paul Brown Stadium, which kicked off July 24.
• Cincinnati Zoo Bald Eagle Flight: Tonight is “Sam” the Bald Eagle’s final flight of the season from the roof of the Cincinnati Bell Technology Pavilion in center field to the pitcher’s mound during the singing of the National Anthem.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 12:35 p.m.
• Hometown Hero: The Cincinnati Bell Hometown Hero of the game is Vietnam War veteran William (Bill) Sizemore of Fairfield Township. Bill was a tank commander in the 11th Armed Calvary, wounded in action in 1970 and lost his left eye and leg. For his bravery he received the Purple Heart Medal, the Silver Star Medal and the President Unit Citation. He will be honored at the end of the 2nd inning.
• ReadyOhio: On behalf of ReadyOhio, Michele Hansleman and Linda Carter of Clermont County will participate in pregame ceremonies. Both Michelle and Linda and their families were victims of the tornado that ripped through Moscow, Ohio in 2012. They are being recognized as “Ready Ohio Champions” because they know being Ready is ensuring that everyone is prepared to respond to, recover from and rebuild from any major incident. More information on ReadyOhio at ready.ohio.gov.

Ticket Offers For This Homestand: reds.com/tickets
• 4 for $48: Fans can purchase four Reds tickets for $48 and receive four free Reds caps for Sunday’s 1:10 p.m. game, while supplies last.
• Reach Magazine Family Games: Sundays are family days at the ballpark! One member of the family pays full price and may purchase up to three non-premium tickets at half-price in advance of game day only. Excludes Dugout Box, All You Can Eat Seats, Outer View Level, Value View and Kroger Bleachers: reds.com/family.
• Jay Bruce 32 Crew: Be a part of the new Jay Bruce 32 Crew on Mondays at Great American Ball Park this season. For every Monday Reds home game, fans can buy two lower-level seats for just $32 and receive two exclusive Jay Bruce 32 Crew t-shirts: reds.com/32crew.
• Bowtie Tuesday: For select Tuesday home games fans can purchase tickets for as low as $8, which includes an exclusive Reds bowtie: reds.com/bowtie.
• Reds Wild Wednesday: For every Wednesday home game this season, fans can purchase a package for as low as $19.50 that includes a Terrace Line ticket and a B-Dubs food voucher valid at participating Buffalo Wild Wings locations: reds.com/wild.
• Business Day Special: For every Paycor Business Day Special, get one View Level Line ticket and $10 in concession credits for only $15: reds.com/skipwork.
• Senior Citizen Special: For select games (including July 30) fans 60 and older may purchase select non-premium tickets at half-price in advance of game day only. Excludes Dugout Box, All You Can Eat Seats, Outer View Level, Value View and Kroger Bleachers. Presented by Tri-State Centers For Sight: reds.com/seniors.

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum
• Rosie Reds Display: The Reds Hall of Fame & Museum celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Rosie Reds with a new display of items culled from the Rosie Reds’ archives. Featuring rare documents and photographs that date to the organization’s founding in 1964 through the present day, the display also includes an assortment of Rosie Reds artifacts that help trace the evolution of baseball’s oldest fan support group. The display is located on third floor of the Museum.

Reds Community Fund
• Baseball Tomorrow Fund Equipment Drive – July 27: The Reds Community Fund and the Baseball Tomorrow Fund have teamed up to organize an equipment collection drive on Sunday, July 27. Volunteers will be collecting new or used baseball and softball equipment on Crosley Terrace (starting when gates open at 11:40 a.m.) to benefit the Fairfield Community Foundation, serving kids in the Cincinnati community.

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