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Reds advise fans of this weekend’s hot, humid temperatures in store for GABP

With the temperatures this weekend expected in the mid to high 90’s and heat indices above 100, the Reds have recommendations for fans on how to stay cool and “heat smart” while enjoying the four games vs. the Cardinals July 18-21 at Great American Ball Park.

HOW TO STAY COOL

• Fans are permitted to bring unopened plastic bottles of water and sports drinks into the ballpark.

• Soft-sided coolers smaller than 16x16x8 are always permitted.

• “Cool rooms” will be available with TVs so fans can watch the game. Please see a Reds staff member for an escort to a cool room.

• Cool water misting stations are located near sections 106, 129, 131, 416, 427 and under the PNC Power Stacks in center field.

• The Reds Hall of Fame & Museum and Reds Team Shops are air-conditioned and good locations for fans to escape the heat.

BE HEAT SMART

• Fans should stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids (preferably water) before and during the game.

• Complimentary sunscreen lotion will be available at the TriHealth first aid stations near sections 110, 125 and 411.

• Extra care should be taken when exposing infants and elderly fans to these conditions as they are much more susceptible to heat-related illnesses.

• If a fan feels weak or sick, please let a Reds staff member know and medical aid will be summoned.

• Wheelchair assistance is always available. Please see a Reds staff member.

ON-SITE MEDICAL SERVICES

• TriHealth Event Medicine will provide additional medical staff to assist anyone overcome by the heat.

• At all Reds games, TriHealth provides emergency medicine physicians, an ambulance and crew along with critical care paramedics and nurses.

Read more: Cincinnati Reds
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Reds hosting Cardinals this weekend

Saturday, July 20, 2019 – Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 7:10 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

• Eugenio Suárez Funko Pop!: As part of Super Saturdays, exclusive Eugenio Suárez Funko Pop! collectible figure to the first 20,000 fans. Limited-edition gold versions will be randomly distributed to 500 lucky fans.

• First Pitch: Michael Fisher, president and CEO of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch. Over 30,000 Cincinnati Children’s employees and guests will be at the ballpark on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the inaugural Cincinnati Children’s Employee Appreciation Weekend.

Sunday, July 21, 2019 – Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 1:10 p.m. (Gates open at 11:40 a.m.)

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

• 1961 Throwback Uniforms: All Reds players and on-field staff will wear throwback uniforms from 1961. The club was sporting a new look in 1961 with a navy blue-infused “C-Reds” mark on the front of the jersey and a blue border around the “C” on the cap. The 1961 jerseys featured a black band to the left side to honor longtime owner Powel Crosley, Jr. who passed away shortly before the regular season. Details on all the throwback uniforms at www.reds.com/150. Throwback uniforms are available now at the Reds Team Shop.

• Reds Fantasy Camp Reunion: Approximately 80 attendees from the 2019 Reds Fantasy Camp will be introduced during pregame ceremonies.

• Brunch with Browning in The Handlebar: Fans can dine and watch the game in The Handlebar for just a $65 upgrade, which includes a buffet meal. Plus, meet “Mr. Perfect” Tom Browning from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

• Run the Bases: Fans of all ages can line up after the game to run the bases, with a priority line for Reds Heads Kids Club members.

• Family Sunday – July 21: For every Sunday home game, families can get up to three half-price tickets with purchase of a full-price ticket: www.reds.com/Family (Available in advance of game day, some restrictions apply)

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore

• Gus Bell Bobblehead: Fans can receive a Gus Bell bobblehead with regular-price admission to the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum (or a Great American Ball Park tour) on Saturdays and Sundays throughout July, while supplies last. A four-time All-Star, Bell was a member of the 1961 National League Champion Reds. Bell’s baseball legacy was carried on by his son Buddy and grandsons David and Mike. They are one of only four three-generation families to play in Major League Baseball and the only three-generation family to play for the Cincinnati Reds. Bell was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 1964, and we honor the 55th anniversary of his induction with this exclusive bobblehead.

Read more: Cincinnati Reds
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Cleveland Indians and HOMAGE team up on Carlos “Cookie” Carrasco T-shirt

(courtesy Indians Media Relations)

to raise funds for pediatric cancer research at Cleveland Clinic Children’s

Percentage of the proceeds from T-shirt sales will be donated to Cleveland Clinic Children’s for pediatric cancer research
July 19, 2019

Cleveland, OH— The Cleveland Indians and HOMAGE today announced an ‘I Stand For Cookie’ t-shirt that will be sold in Progressive Field Team Shops and HOMAGE stores to show support for Carlos Carrasco during his fight with chronic myeloid leukemia and raise funds for pediatric cancer research at Cleveland Clinic Children’s.

The shirt design was inspired by the touching Stand Up To Cancer moment during the 5th inning of the 2019 Midsummer Classic when Carrasco was surrounded by teammates Brad Hand, Shane Bieber, Carlos Santana, Francisco Lindor and Manager Terry Francona, with signs that read ‘I Stand Up For Cookie.’

A percentage of all proceeds from the t-shirt sales will be donated to Cleveland Clinic Children’s for pediatric cancer research. The shirts will be available for purchase starting Saturday, July 20, at Progressive Field Team Shops (limited number available) and HOMAGE stores in Crocker Park and Pinecrest (also online at www.homage.com).

Carrasco was evaluated earlier this season (June 2) at Cleveland Clinic as a follow-up to abnormalities in his Spring Training blood work. He was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a treatable form of leukemia, and has since been cleared to resume strength and conditioning workouts and throwing activity to tolerance.

During his time on the Injured List, Carrasco has continued to be extremely involved in the community, visiting children at Cleveland Clinic Children’s and sharing his experience.

HOMAGE is an Ohio-based apparel retailer that specializes in vintage-inspired designs, including officially licensed MLB® merchandise.

—tribe–

Read more:  Cleveland Indians
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Reds Hall of Fame offering Gus Bell bobblehead for Month of July

Gus Bell at bat in 1960 photo By Unknown - Manny's Baseball Land via tradingcarddb.com, Public Domain, https commons.wikimedia.org

 

Bobbleheads available Saturdays & Sundays in July

 

The Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore continues its 2019 bobblehead program in July, celebrating former outfielder Gus Bell.

Bell played for the Reds for nine seasons from 1953 to 1961 and was a four-time All-Star. During the 1956 season, he hit 29 home runs including three in one game on consecutive at-bats. In addition to his strong bat, Bell was one of the most gifted defensive outfielders of his era, regularly placing among the National League’s leaders in putouts, assists and fewest errors committed.

Bell’s baseball legacy was carried on by his son Buddy and grandsons David and Mike. They are one of only five three-generation families to play in Major League Baseball and the only three-generation family to play for the Reds. Bell was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 1964, and we honor the 55th anniversary of his induction with this exclusive bobblehead.

The bobbleheads are free with regular-price admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum (or a Great American Ball Park tour) beginning Saturday, July 6 at 10 a.m., and will be available Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month of July, while supplies last.

The bobblehead series continues through September with a different Reds legend available each month:

• May: Pat Moran (available only with museum membership)

• June: Joe Nuxhall (available only with museum membership)

• July: Gus Bell

• August: Vada Pinson

• September: Ted Kluszewski

• Member-exclusive George Wright (available with all levels of HOF membership)

Admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is $12 for adults, $8 for students/seniors, FREE for children 12 and under, courtesy of the H.C.S. Foundation, and FREE for active military/veterans, courtesy of the Sargent Family Foundation.

The best way to ensure a bobblehead is to join the museum as a member. To become a member, please visit RedsMuseum.org for more information or call (513) 765-7926.

About the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore

Driven by a mission to celebrate greatness, preserve history and provide inspiration, the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum at Great American Ball Park is the place where the story of Reds baseball comes alive each day. The newly renovated Museum features 16,000 square feet of historical, interactive and educational exhibits, highlighting the rich and storied tradition of the Reds for fans of all ages. Since its inception, 89 players, managers and executives have been honored with induction. Plan your visit at RedsMuseum.org.

Read more: Cincinnati Reds
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Indians and Padres swap players

July 12, 2019

 

CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Indians announced on Friday the following transactions relative to the 2019 Major League roster:

Acquired RHP PHIL MATON (MAY-tahn) from the San Diego Padres in exchange for international bonus pool allotments. Option transferred to the AAA Columbus roster.

Recalled RHP CODY ANDERSON (right elbow surgery) and placed him on the 60-day Injured List

Maton, 26, has split the 2019 season between AAA El Paso and San Diego, spending four stints at the Major League level (7.71 ERA, 21ER/24.1IP). Around his stints with the Padres, he has posted a 2.89 ERA in 13 relief outings in AAA El Paso (18.2IP, 17H, 6ER, 6BB, 30SO). The Chatham, IL native was San Diego’s 20th round pick in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft out of Louisiana Tech and has two remaining options. He owns a career Minor League ERA of 2.42 (141.1IP, 106H, 32ER, 33BB, 216SO) and possesses a 9.5 strikeout per 9.0 IP ratio (121SO/114.2IP) over his 112 Major League outings since debuting in 2017.

Read more: Cleveland Indians
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