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Homestand Highlights • Sept. 2-8 • Reds vs. Phillies & Diamondbacks

September 1, 2019

Monday, Sept. 2, 2019 – Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 2:10 p.m. (Gates open at 12:40 p.m.) • Mascot T-ball Game: The 17th annual mascot t-ball game will take place from approx. 1 to 1:30 p.m. featuring more than 20 mascots from local schools and businesses along with Rosie Red, Mr.

Monday, Sept. 2, 2019 – Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 2:10 p.m. (Gates open at 12:40 p.m.)

Mascot T-ball Game: The 17th annual mascot t-ball game will take place from approx. 1 to 1:30 p.m. featuring more than 20 mascots from local schools and businesses along with Rosie Red, Mr. Redlegs, Mr. Red and Gapper.

Post-game Faith Concert: Fans are invited to stay after the game for the annual Faith Day concert featuring five-time Dove Award-winning artist and Grammy Award nominee Jeremy Camp.

Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019 – Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 6:40 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

Bark in the Park: Tonight is the fourth and final Bark in the Park game this season. Dogs and their owners will be in a special seating area while the Kroger Fan Zone will turn into the “Dog Zone” with product samples and activities for both dogs and owners. A pregame parade with over 300 dogs and owners begins at 6 p.m.

Marty Brennaman meet & greet: Fans can meet Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman inside the main ballpark gates (at the 150th logo) from 5:40 to 6 p.m. Photos only, no autographs.

First Pitch: FC Cincinnati head coach Ron Jans will throw out a ceremonial first pitch and be joined on the field by players Victor Ulloa, Emmanuel Ledesma and Maikel van der Werff.

Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019 – Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 6:40 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

Police & Fire Appreciation Night: Many of tonight’s pregame ceremonies will feature members of local police, fire, sheriff and EMT departments.

Marty Brennaman meet & greet: Fans can meet Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman inside the main ballpark gates (at the 150th logo) from 5:40 to 6 p.m. Photos only, no autographs.

Proclamation: During pregame ceremonies, Ohio’s Auditor of State Keith Faber will present a proclamation to the Reds in recognition of the 150th anniversary of professional baseball.

Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019 – Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 12:35 p.m. (Gates open at 11:05 p.m.)

Vintage Game: Exhibition game featuring the Reds Hall of Fame’s 1869 Red Stockings vs. the Oxford Blues from 11:30 a.m. to noon using baseball rules from the 1860s.

Retirement Ceremony: John O’Brien, the Reds Senior Director of Ticket Operations, will be recognized on the field during pregame ceremonies. John is retiring after 42 seasons with the ticketing department.

Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 – Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 7:10 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

Fireworks Friday: Rozzi’s fireworks show with a Fiesta Rojos soundtrack. The soundtrack features top billboard hits and songs selected by Hispanic Reds players.

Fiesta Rojos: In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Reds will celebrate Fiesta Rojos tonight. Reds players and coaches will wear MLB-provided #PonleAcento shirts during batting practice and the alternate Los Rojos jerseys in the game. Activations around the ballpark will include a DJ and live music, Honor Guard with flags from Latin American countries, and the Hispanic Community Advocate Award winner.

Bellevue Legacy Project: Representatives from St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Duke Energy and the Cincinnati Zoo along with the Reds Community Fund and project partners will be recognized on the field for participating in the

Reds 150th Anniversary Legacy Project in Bellevue, Ky. The day-long service project on August 15 included over 300 volunteers working at the Bellevue Vets and featured a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new St. Elizabeth Healthcare Field.

Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 – Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 4:10 p.m. (Gates open at 2:40 p.m.)

Ken Griffey Jr. 150 Series Bobblehead: As part of the 150th Anniversary celebration, the first 20,000 fans will receive a Ken Griffey Jr. bobblehead. Second of two bobbleheads representing the Great American Ball Park era. This commemorative series features six Reds legends who are enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Avett Brothers postgame concert: As part of the Ohio Lottery Post-Game Concert Series, three-time Grammy nominee The Avett Brothers will perform a free post-game concert on the field approximately 25 minutes after the game ends.

Marty Brennaman meet & greet: Fans can meet Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman inside the main ballpark gates (at the 150th logo) from 2:30 to 2:55 p.m. Photos only, no autographs.

Check Presentation: Representatives from PNC, Cohen Recycling, CBTS, Duke Energy, Macy’s, TriHealth and Kroger will present a check for $18,800 to the Reds Community Fund. The donation is from proceeds generated by the PNC, Reds & Cohen E-Waste Recycling Drives on May 16-18, 2019.

Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019 – Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 1:10 p.m. (Gates open at 11:40 a.m.)

Rasiel Iglesias Fathead® Wall Decal: As part of family day at the ballpark, Rasiel Iglesias wall decal to kids 14 and younger.

1995 Throwback Uniforms: Reds players and on-field staff will wear 1995 throwback uniforms. Led by National League MVP Barry Larkin, the Reds won the first Central Division championship in club history in ’95 and also emerged victorious in the franchise’s first Division Series, sweeping the Dodgers in three games. Throwback uniforms are available at the Reds Team Shop and details on all the throwbacks can be found at reds.com/150.

_Meet Marty Brennaman – Fans will have the opportunity to meet Marty and wish him well in his retirement: _

Tuesday, Sept. 3: Greeting fans at the main gates as they enter the ballpark from 5:40 to 6 p.m. before Reds vs. Phillies game

Wednesday, Sept. 4: Greeting fans as they enter the ballpark from 5:40 to 6 p.m. before Reds vs. Phillies game

Saturday, Sept. 7: Greeting fans as they enter the ballpark from 2:30 to 2:55 p.m. before Reds vs. Diamondbacks game

Ticket Offers for this Homestand

Gapper’s Garage Sale – Sept. 2-5: For just $20, fans can choose two previous theme package items plus a ticket to your choice of Reds vs. Phillies games Sept. 2-5. You could choose collectibles from STAR WARS™, Game of Thrones® and more! Quantities are limited, so all items will be available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. Available at reds.com/Garage.

Thirsty Thursday – Sept. 5: For all Thursday Reds home games, fans can purchase a $30 package that includes a Field Box ticket and a $10 concession credit valid for food and beverages. Available only at reds.com/Thursday.

Senior Day – Sept. 5: Fans 50 and older may purchase select non-premium tickets at half-price in advance of game day only. Each ticket includes free same-day admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. Excludes Fioptics District, Upper View Level, Value View and Kroger Bleachers. Some restrictions apply. Available only at reds.com/Seniors.

Business Day Special – Sept. 5: For $20, fans can purchase a View Level ticket and receive $10 in concession credits. Drop your business card in the container at a Fan Accommodation Station and you could win tickets to the next Business Day Game. Some restrictions apply. Available at reds.com/SkipWork.

4 for $48 – Sept. 6-8: For the Reds vs. Diamondbacks games Sept. 6-8, buy four View Level tickets OR two Terrace Line tickets for just $48 and receive a 1902 style Reds cap with EACH TICKET. Available only at reds.com/4for48.

Family Sunday – Sept 8: For every Sunday home game, families can get up to three half-price tickets with purchase of a full-price ticket: reds.com/Family (Available in advance of game day, some restrictions apply)

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore

Ted Kluszewski bobblehead: Fans can receive a Ted Kluszewski bobblehead with regular-price admission to the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum (or a Great American Ball Park tour) on Saturdays and Sundays throughout September, while supplies last. One of the most popular players in Reds history, “Big Klu” remains the most enduring symbol of Reds baseball in the 1950s. Known for his bulging biceps, a physical characteristic that forced him to cut the sleeves off his jersey to allow him to swing his bat freely, Kluszewski was one of the great sluggers and most gifted fielders of his era.