As a part of the Reds 150th anniversary, the Reds Community Fund has taken part in two special field renovation projects in 2019. Historic Ross Park in St. Bernard has received a new synthetic infield, upgrades to the outfield, plus a renovation of the bleachers, concessions stand and surrounding park. The other project has taken place in Northern Kentucky at the Bellevue Vets complex, where the high school field has received a new synthetic infield and an expanded outfield, along with upgrades to the two adjacent fields.
Both renovated ball fields feature a seating and press area designed in the spirit of the original home of the Reds, the "Palace of the Fans." The design and construction of these unique elements was overseen by MSA Architects.
St. E's Field Dedication
On August 15, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Field at Bellevue Vets Park was officially dedicated as the second of this year's 150 Legacy Projects.
St. E's Field Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking ceremony for St. Elizabeth Healthcare Field at Bellevue Vets Park
Frank Robinson Field Dedication
On August 1, Frank Robinson Field at Ross Park was officially dedicated in the Village of St. Bernard. Reds CEO Bob Castellini, Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan and many projects partners were joined by St. Bernard residents to celebrate the dedication.
Robinson Field Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking ceremony on April 30 for Frank Robinson Field in St. Bernard, part of this year's Community Makeover & a 150 Legacy Project.