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Details announced for Reds Caravan

Four tours will spread out over five states from Jan. 17-20
January 3, 2019

CINCINNATI -- During baseball season, fans from outside of Greater Cincinnati often come to see the Reds play. Each January, members of the team try to return the favor by paying visits to fans near and far on the annual Reds Caravan.Reds Caravan goes from Jan. 17-20, with four tours

CINCINNATI -- During baseball season, fans from outside of Greater Cincinnati often come to see the Reds play. Each January, members of the team try to return the favor by paying visits to fans near and far on the annual Reds Caravan.
Reds Caravan goes from Jan. 17-20, with four tours spreading out to five states over the four days. The different trips will combine for over 3,800 miles.
Among those who are scheduled to be on caravan buses this year are new manager David Bell, third baseman Eugenio Suarez, catcher Tucker Barnhart, pitchers Tanner Roark, Sal Romano and Cody Reed, outfielders Jesse Winker and Phillip Ervin, catcher Curt Casali, broadcasters Marty Brennaman, Thom Brennaman and Jeff Brantley, president of baseball operations Dick Williams, general manager Nick Krall and chief operating officer Phil Castellini.
Parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Tennessee will be covered by the four caravan legs. There will be 17 public stops that will feature a question-and-answer session for fans and autographs. Among the bigger cities that will be visited are Columbus and Dayton in Ohio, Louisville and Lexington in Kentucky, Indianapolis and Evansville in Indiana, Nashville, Tenn., and Huntington, W. Va.
Besides the public fan stops, there will be 20 additional stops at various radio affiliates, schools, businesses and hospitals. All four caravan legs will join forces for a finale stop at Florence Mall in Northern Kentucky on Jan. 20.
For complete itineraries and the roster of participants going out on the North, South, East and West legs of 2019 Reds Caravan, go to reds.com/caravan.

Mark Sheldon has covered the Reds for MLB.com since 2006, and previously covered the Twins from 2001-05. Follow him on Twitter @m_sheldon and Facebook and listen to his podcast.