The Dinsmore Women in Baseball Exhibit presented by Rosie Reds explores the multi-faceted and impactful contributions women and girls have made and are making to America’s National Pastime as players, fans, broadcasters, writers, coaches, managers, owners and executives. It is a story that dates to the early days of the organized game and one that continues to evolve in the present day. The exhibit explores the many obstacles women and girls have overcome and still struggle against to be a part of the game they love, and highlights many of the groundbreaking individuals, achievements and events that serve as inspiration to all those striving to make a dream come true. Conceived and curated by baseball historian John Kovach, the exhibit features over 200 artifacts.
DINSMORE WOMEN IN BASEBALL EXHIBITPRESENTED BY ROSIE REDS
Pursuit of a Dream Presented by African American Capital Enterprises LLC
The second section of the two-story tall mural that highlights the many ways that the Reds are active in the community. A touchscreen database of youth team images also brings this story to life.
The Big Red Machine's incredible success was due in large part to the power of its diverse composition. In this Great Eight Exhibit, you can join these Reds legends in celebrating a victory.
Reds Baseball Then & Now
The First Nine
This exhibit explores the history of the 1869 Red Stockings and is highlighted by the oldest artifacts in the museum's permanent collection including artifacts that date to that historic season.
The starting lineup of the 1869 Red Stockings live on in the form of bas-reliefs. These reliefs are smaller versions of the reliefs that grace the top of the Castellini Foundation 1869 Pavilion.
The Players Gallery
The first Red to win a Rookie of the Year Award was Frank Robinson in 1956. This display honors all of the Reds Rookie of the Year Award winners and includes a pair of Chris Sabo's trademark goggles.
In All-Star Game history, 106 Reds players have been selected to All-Star teams. This display includes artifacts from Reds All-Star through the years including a cap worn by Chick Hafey, the Reds' first All-Star.
Artifacts from the Palace of the Fans and the Redland Field-era of Crosley Field fill these display cases. Highlights include an original Palace seat and an invitation to Redland's 1912 dedication ceremony.
Nowhere is Opening Day celebrated like it is in Cincinnati. This most special of Cincinnati baseball traditions is marked by a host of memories, some of which are chronicled in this display.
The George and Kim Vincent Baseball Card Archive
Marty & Joe Broadcasting Exhibit
In this interactive exhibit, fans can record their own postgame show at the Bally Sports Studio, record their own radio highlight and search a database of legendary Reds radio and TV calls.
Hall of Fame Gallery
A focal wall is located at the entrance to the Gallery. Projected on the wall are the ghostly images of ballplayers, creating the illusion that Hall of Famers past and present are active in the space.
Beginning with the Hall of Fame's inaugural induction class in 1958, the plaques of all succeeding Hall of Famers surround the room. Hall of Famer highlights films are projected above the plaques.
Williams Family Champions Gallery
The Champions Gallery's Last Out presentation includes a video monitor that plays championship celebration scenes and artifacts from Series-ending games. The space serves as a bar during events.
Display cases featuring important artifacts from each of the Reds five World Championship help tell the story of those unforgettable teams. This case is devoted to the Reds' 1919 title-winning team.
The Williams Family Champions Gallery is the home of the Reds World Series trophies including tribute trophies created for the 1919 and 1940 teams whose titles pre-date the creation of the World Series trophy.