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Cleveland Indians invite catcher Cameron Rupp to Spring Training camp

CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Indians today announced the signing of free agent C CAMERON RUPP to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training camp.

Cameron Rupp with the Phillies 2016 photo By D. Benjamin Miller - Own work, Public Domain, https commons.wikimedia.org

Rupp, 31, is a veteran of five Major League seasons (2013-17) with the Philadelphia Phillies, posting a career average of .234 (240-for-1027) with 57 2B, 39 HR and 124 RBI in 296 games. He was a third round selection of the Phillies in the 2010 draft out of the University of Texas. Over the last two campaigns, the Plano, TX native has appeared in 144 games at the Triple-A level and split the 2019 season between AAA Toledo (Detroit) and AAA Las Vegas (Oakland).

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Belmont Bruins star Seth Adelsperger named to CoSida Academic All-District Team

• Complete CoSIDA Academic All-District Men’s Basketball Teams (PDF)

Belmont University men’s basketball senior Seth Adelsperger has been named to the 2019-20 CoSIDA Academic All-District® Division I Men’s Basketball Team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced Thursday.

The 6-11 center has been a central figure in Belmont’s championship and postseason tradition. With his redshirt year in 2016, Adelsperger has been part of 115 victories – including Power 5 victories over UCLA, Marquette, Georgia, Vanderbilt and Boston College – three conference championships, four postseason invitations and Belmont’s first-ever NCAA Tournament at-large bid.

Seth Adelsperger

The Peru, Indiana native has 48 career blocked shots and is averaging 3.1 blocked shots per 40 minutes this season.

A two-time member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, a perennial OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient and 2019 Academic Medal of Honor recipient – emblematic of a 4.0 PGA for the academic year – Adelsperger currently holds a 3.77 grade-point average in his chosen major of environmental science, with a mathematics minor.

Adelsperger becomes the 23rd Belmont men’s basketball student-athlete named Academic All-District.

The 2019-20 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District® Men’s Basketball Team recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom. First-team Academic All-District® honorees advance to the CoSIDA Academic All-America® Team ballot, with first-, second- and third-team Academic All-America honorees to be announced in March.

The Academic All-District® teams include the student-athletes divided into eight geographic districts across the United States and Canada. The CoSIDA Academic All-America® program separately recognizes honorees in four divisions — NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and College Division. The College Division includes all NAIA, Canadian, two-year schools, and other affiliations.

The Division II and III Academic All-America® program is being financially supported by the NCAA Division II and III national governance structures, to assist CoSIDA with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the 2018-19 DII and DIII Academic All-America® teams.

For more information about the Academic All-District® and Academic All-America® Teams program, please visit the Academic All-America® home page on CoSIDA.com.

 

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Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for February 17

 

Quintin Dove UT Martin

Eli Abaev Austin Peay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule for Saturday, February 22
*Tennessee State at Morehead State, 2:00 p.m. (ESPN+)
*Murray State at SIUE, 2:00 p.m. (ESPN+)
*Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois, 3:15 p.m. (ESPN+)
*UT Martin at Jacksonville State, 4:00 p.m. (ESPN+)
*Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech, 4:00 p.m. (ESPN+)
*Belmont at Eastern Kentucky, 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+)


OVC Players of the Week

PLAYER
Quintin Dove, F • 6-8, 210, Sr. • Cleveland, Ohio • UT Martin
Dove averaged 28.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists/game while hitting 71.4 percent (20-of-28) from the field, 83.3 percent (5-of-6) from 3-point range and 84.6 percent (11-of-13) from the foul line in a pair of one possession games last week as UT Martin kept its OVC Tournament hopes alive. Dove had a game-high 32 points and 10 rebounds in Saturday’s 80-79 overtime victory over Eastern Illinois. That included scoring the game-tying basket with 33 seconds left to force the extra period. Dove also had a pair of assists in the contest while hitting 12-of-16 field goals (4-of-5 3-pointers) and 4-of-6 free throws. He opened the week with 24 points and six rebounds in a 74-72 point loss at Southeast Missouri (in that game the Skyhawks led for all by 35 seconds of the game). Dove hit 8-of-12 field goals (1-of-1 3-pointers) and 7-of-7 free throws against the Redhawks. Dove leads the OVC in scoring in Conference games (21.8 points/game) and is third in all games (19.6 points/game). Overall he also ranks fifth in the OVC in rebounding (7.5/game) and sixth in each field goal percentage (57.8%) and free throw percentage (79.9%).

Others Nominated: Terry Taylor, Austin Peay; Nick Muszynski, Belmont; Mack Smith, Eastern Illinois; Jomaru Brown, Eastern Kentucky; De’Torrion Ware, Jacksonville State; Jaiveon Eaves, Murray State; Skyler Hogan, Southeast Missouri.

NEWCOMER
Eli Abaev, F • 6-8, 220, R-Jr. • Deerfield Beach, Fla. • Austin Peay
Abaev, a transfer from Eastern Florida State College, averaged 13.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.0 steals/game while hitting 44.4 percent (8-of-18) from the field in a pair of Austin Peay victories that pulled the Governors into a tie for first place in the OVC standings. In Thursday’s 71-68 win over Murray State, the junior had eight points, 11 rebounds, three assists, two blocks and a steal in 35 minutes of action. He hit 4-of-8 field goals, but his biggest play came on a blocked shot with the Governors up one and less than 20 seconds to play. In Saturday’s 93-85 win over Eastern Kentucky, Abaev had a career-high 19 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to record his third double-double in the last seven games. He attempted a career-high 18 free throws (making 11), which was three shy of the Dunn Center record. Abaev ranks seventh in the OVC in rebounding (7.0/game).

Others Nominated: Jordan Skipper-Brown; Ty Taylor, Eastern Kentucky; Mike Adewunmi, SIUE; Miles Thomas, UT Martin.

FRESHMAN
Jordyn Adams, G • 6-3, 200, Fr. • Silsbee, Texas • Austin Peay
Adams earned his eighth OVC Freshman of the Week award of the season (three off the all-time record) after averaging 21.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.5 steals/game and hitting 44.1 percent (15-of-34) from the field and 90.9 percent (10-of-11) from the free throw line as Austin Peay won two games to move into a tie for first place in the OVC standings. He opened the week with 20 points, three steals, two rebounds and two assists in a 71-68 win over rival Murray State, the team the Governors are now tied with atop the standings. His old-fashioned 3-point play with 1:27 to play put APSU ahead for good against the Racers. Adams made 8-of-9 free throws against MSU. He capped the week with 23 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in a 93-85 win over Eastern Kentucky. He hit 10-of-20 field goals and 2-of-2 free throws in the win. Adams ranks fifth nationally among freshmen in scoring (17.2 points/game).

Jordyn Adams Austin Peay

Others Nominated: Michael Moreno, Eastern Kentucky; Tyzhaun Claude, Morehead State; DaQuan Smith, Murray State; Shamar Wright, SIUE; Mark Freeman, Tennessee State; Eman Sertovic, UT Martin.

Notes From Around the League

OVC Overview/This Week’s Highlights: With four games remaining, Austin Peay and Murray State are tied atop the OVC standings with identical 12-2 records; Austin Peay won the first of two head-to-head matchups with the teams last week (and controls its own destiny for the No. 1 seed) with the final matchup to take place on the final day of the regular season (Feb. 29)…Austin Peay has won 15-straight home games (the 10th-longest active streak nationally) for the first time since winning 28-straight from 2002-04…APSU has now won 12 OVC games in three-straight seasons for the first time since 2006-08…Murray State has won 19 games in a row at the CFSB Center (the fifth-longest active streak nationally)…Austin Peay, Murray State, Belmont and Eastern Kentucky have all clinched spots in the eight-team OVC Tournament field (and Tennessee State can join that quartet with one more win); EKU is back in the tournament field for the first time since 2015 after they started OVC play 9-2, its best Conference start in 41 years…Eastern Illinois guard Mack Smith has made a 3-pointer in 75 consecutive games, the longest active streak in Division I basketball, and the second-longest streak ever…Austin Peay junior Terry Taylor is one of six active Division I players (and the only junior) to currently have 1,700 career points and 800 career rebounds (he is only two points away from 1,800 for his career)…As of Monday, February 17 Taylor is the only Division I player to rank in the Top 15 nationally in each scoring (9th at 22.0 ppg) and rebounding (13th at 10.6 rpg); William & Mary’s Nathan Knight is close (11th in scoring, 16 in rebounding)…Taylor had 26 points and 23 rebounds at Belmont on February 8, marking just the ninth 20/20 game by an OVC player over the past decade (and one of 12 20/20 games nationally this season)…Taylor’s 23 rebounds against Belmont were the most by an OVC player since Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried on January 27, 2011…Austin Peay’s Jordyn Adams ranks fifth nationally among freshmen in scoring at 17.2 points/game (Georgia’s Anthony Edwards leads all freshmen with 19.0 points/game)…Murray State’s Tevin Brown enters this week ranked 13th nationally in 3-point percentage (43.4%) and has connected on 76 trifectas this season…Belmont sophomore Grayson Murphy leads the nation in rebounding from the point guard position (7.5/game) and is second among all players in assist-to-turnover ratio (4.07), sixth in steals (2.59/game) and 18th in assists (6.2/game)…Murphy had eight points, five rebounds, six assists and seven steals in a win at Jacksonville State on  February 1; he is one of five Division I players with an 8/5/6/7 game this season…UT Martin’s Derek Hawthorne Jr. knocked down a game-winning 3-pointer from 25-feet away at the buzzer to lift the Skyhawks to a one-point overtime win over Eastern Illinois on Saturday; he finished the game with 18 points, nine rebounds and five assists…Murray State head coach Matt McMahon is on the verge of his third-straight 20-win season, which would make him the third MSU coach to achieve that mark.

Smith’s 3-Point Streak Second-Longest in NCAA History: Eastern Illinois junior guard Mack Smith has hit a 3-pointer in 75 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in Division I and the second-longest streak in NCAA history. Here is a look at the longest streaks in NCAA history:
88 – Cory Bradford, Illinois (ended 2011)
75 – Mack Smith, Eastern Illinois (active – next game on Feb. 20)
73 – Wally Lancaster, Virginia Tech (ended 1989)
66 – Marshall Henderson, Ole Miss (ended 2014)
64 – Justin Jaworski, Lafayette (ended 2020)
63 – Jaylen Minnett, IUPUI (active – next game on Feb. 16)
60 – Fletcher Magee, Wofford (ended 2018)
60 – Pat Bradley, Arkansas (ended 1998)

APSU’s Taylor 1 of 8 Active Players With 1,700 Points, 800 Rebounds: Entering this week Austin Peay junior Terry Taylor is one of eight active Division I players with 1,700 career points and 800 career rebounds, and the only one who is in his junior campaign. The other players to reach that milestone include: Keith Braxton, Saint Francis (Pa.), Yoeli Childs, BYU, Nathan Knight, William & Mary, Lamar Stevens, Penn State; Tres Tinkle, Oregon State, AJ Brodeur, Penn and Will Rayman, Colgate.

Taylor Nets 20/20 Game: Austin Peay junior Terry Taylor had 26 points and 23 rebounds at Belmont on February 8. It marked the first 20/20 game by an OVC play since Belmont’s Dylan Windler had 32 points and 20 rebounds (one of two 30/20 games in his career) against Austin Peay on March 8, 2019.  Overall it is the ninth 20/20 game in the OVC over the last decade. It is one of 12 20/20 games nationally this season. The 23 rebounds were the most since Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried (who had three career 20/20 games) had 23 rebounds against Tennessee State on January 27, 2011.

Home Winning Streaks: As on February 17, Murray State has won 19-straight home game dating back to a loss on January 24, 2019. The streak is the fourth-longest streak nationally. Austin Peay’s 15-game home winning streak ranks 10th nationally.
36 – Gonzaga
23 – Prairie View, South Dakota State
20 – Florida State
19 – Murray State, Oregon
18 – Liberty
17 – Auburn, Rutgers
15 – Austin Peay, Dayton, Maryland

NCAA Stats Leaders: In the latest NCAA statistical rankings (Feb. 17), Belmont ranks first in assists (18.9/game), second in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.59), eighth in scoring (81.1 points/game), 10th in 3-pointers made/game (10.0), 13th in scoring margin (+12.6/game) and 19th in field goal percentage (47.8%). Murray State ranks 10th in rebounding margin (+7.6/game), 11th in field goal percentage (48.4%) and 17th in scoring margin (+11.8/game). Eastern Kentucky ranks sixth in forced turnovers (18.33/game), eighth in steals (9.4game) and 12th in turnover margin (+4.3/game). Individually Austin Peay’s Terry Taylor is ninth in scoring (22.0 points/game), fourth in offensive rebounding (4.11/game), 13th in rebounding (10.6), 13th in double-doubles (13) and 45th in field goal percentage (55.6%). Murray State’s Tevin Brown is 13th in 3-point percentage (43.4%), 22nd in minutes played/game (36:59) and 32nd in 3-pointers made/game (2.92). Belmont’s Grayson Murphy is second in assist-to-turnover ratio (4.07), sixth in steals (2.59/game) and 18th in assists (6.2/game) while teammate Nick Muszynski is 23rd in field goal percentage (58.9%). UT Martin’s Quintin Dove is 17th in offensive rebounds (3.65/game) while teammate Parker Stewart is 32nd in scoring (19.8 points/game) and 38th in 3-pointers made/game (2.88). Jacksonville State’s Jacara Cross is 10th in field goal percentage (63.0%) while TSU’s Michael Littlejohn is 20th in 3-point percentage (42.0%), Morehead State’s Justin Thomas is 22nd in steals (2.15/game) and Austin Peay’s Carlos Paez is sixth in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.16).

CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Poll: In the latest CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Poll (Feb. 10), Murray State was No. 16, Belmont was No. 20 and Austin Peay was No. 22. Gonzaga picked up 31 first-place votes to be ranked No. 1. Now in its 21st season, the Mid-Major poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, WAC and West Coast. It is voted upon by coaches from those conferences, with one coach per conference casting a vote.

OVC Puts Two Teams in NCAA Tournament For First Time Since 1987 (#2BidOVC): A year ago, for the first time since Middle Tennessee earned at at-large in 1987, the OVC put two teams in the NCAA Tournament field. Murray State earned the automatic bid by winning the OVC Tournament, while Belmont earned an at-large bid and as a No. 11 seed and played in the First Four in Dayton. Murray State crushed Marquette 83-64 in the First Round, the second-largest No. 12 seed victory over a No. 5 seed. The Racers would fall to Florida State in the Second Round. Belmont won its first-ever NCAA Tournament game by besting Temple 81-70. The Bruins then pushed Maryland to the limit before falling 79-77 in the final seconds. It marked the first time since 1971 (when Western Kentucky went to the Final Four) that OVC teams had won two games in the NCAA Tournament in the same season.

Recent Postseason Success: After 2018-19, OVC teams have won at least one game in each postseason for 11-straight years, the longest stretch in league history. Morehead State won a NCAA game in 2009, Murray State won in the NCAA Tournament in 2010, Morehead State won in the NCAA’s in 2011, Murray State won in the NCAA’s in 2012, Eastern Kentucky won in the CIT in 2013, Belmont (NIT) and Murray State (CIT) won games in 2014, Eastern Illinois (CIT), Eastern Kentucky (CIT), Murray State (NIT) and UT Martin (CIT) scored victories in 2015 (the four different teams to record a victory in the single postseason was an OVC record), Morehead State (CBI) and UT Martin (CIT) won in 2016, Belmont (NIT) and UT Martin (CIT) scored wins in 2017, Austin Peay (CIT) and Jacksonville State (CBI) won in 2018 and Belmont and Murray State in 2019 (NCAA).

OVC Basketball Championships Set For Ford Center in Evansville For Third Consecutive Year: The OVC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships will be held March 4-7 at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. It marks the third-straight season the event will be held in the building after a long run in Nashville. The Ford Center, which opened in 2011, is an 11,000-seat arena located in the core of Evansville’s downtown district. The 290,000-square foot facility serves as home of the University of Evansville’s men’s basketball team and the Evansville Thunderbolts of the Southern Professional Hockey League. The Ford Center also serves as host to numerous sporting events and concerts on an annual basis. In September 2019 it was announced the tournament would remain at the Ford Center at least through the 2023 Championship with an option for 2024. The 2019 Championships saw record-breaking attendance at the venue, as the men’s semifinals drew an OVC neutral site record 8,294 fans, a mark that was broken the next night with an attendance of 10,525.

Debuts: UT Martin sophomore transfer Parker Stewart scored 33 points in his OVC debut against Murray State. It was the highest for any player making his OVC debut since Tennessee State freshman Bruce Price netted 38 points against Jacksonville State on Jan. 8, 2004.

Muszynski and Taylor Named to Lou Henson Award Watch List: Belmont sophomore Nick Muszynski and Austin Peay junior forward Terry Taylor are two of 50 players nationally on the Lou Henson Award Watch List by CollegeInsider.com. The award is presented annually to the nation’s top Division I mid-major player and named after the former Illinois and New Mexico State coach who won 775 games in 41 seasons.  The 2019-20 Lou Henson National Player of the Year Award will be announced in April 2020 in Atlanta, site of the men’s Division I NCAA Basketball Championship.

Four Former OVC Players Named to CollegeInsider.com’s Team of the Decade: Four former OVC men’s basketball players were among the 40 on the Lou Henson All-Decade Team released by CollegeInsider.com. The four selections included Belmont’s Evan Bradds, Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried and Murray State’s Isaiah Canaan and Ja Morant. The voting panel consisted of 21 Division I head coaches, four athletic directors and six senior members of the College Insider staff. The Lou Henson Award, named for the legendary coach who led New Mexico State and Illinois to tremendous success, is given annually to the nation’s best player from a mid-major program.

OVC to Produce 10-Game Linear Television Package: The OVC will produce a national television package in 2019-20 that will include nine men’s basketball games and one women’s basketball contest that will air on the ESPN Family of Networks. Six of the seven regular season games will air on ESPNU, with the other game airing on ESPN2. The OVC Men’s Tournament semifinals will air on ESPNU while the Men’s Championship game will air on ESPN2.

OVC Players in the NBA: Five former OVC players had NBA contracts to begin the 2019-20 season, which ranked 11th among all Division I conferences. The players currently on rosters include Murray State’s Ja Morant (Memphis), Belmont’s Dylan Windler (Cleveland), Tennessee State’s Robert Covington (Minnesota), Southeast Missouri’s Antonius Cleveland (Dallas) and Eastern Illinois’ Alfonzo McKinnie (Cleveland). Morant and Windler were each selected in the First Round of last year’s NBA Draft which marked just the second time that two OVC players were selected in the First Round of the same NBA Draft and first since 1954 (WKU’s Tom Marshall and Jack Turner were selected with the seventh and eighth picks of the First Round). Morant was selected No. 2 overall, tied for the highest pick in OVC history and making him the third Lottery Pick (since the lottery began in 1985).

Taylor Tabbed as Preseason Player of the Year: The 2019-20 OVC Preseason Men’s Basketball team was headlined by Austin Peay junior Terry Taylor who was named OVC Preseason Player of the Year. Taylor, a two-time first-team All-OVC selection, is the first Austin Peay player to be named OVC Preseason Player of the Year since Drake Reed in 2007-08. Overall, eight different schools were represented on the team. The squad featured four players who were first-team All-OVC selections a year ago and was comprised of four seniors, two juniors and five sophomores. In addition to Taylor the other returning first-team picks were Belmont’s Nick Muszynski, Eastern Illinois’ Josiah Wallace, Morehead State’s Jordan Walker and a pair of players who were second-team picks in Tennessee Tech’s Jr. Clay and UT Martin’s Quintin Dove. The team also included Belmont’s Grayson Murphy, Eastern Kentucky’s Jomaru Brown, Murray State’s Darnell Cowart and Tevin Brown and UT Martin’s Craig Randall II.

Belmont Picked as OVC Preseason Favorite: In a vote of Ohio Valley Conference head men’s basketball coaches and communication directors, Belmont was picked the preseason favorite for the 2019-20 season. It marked the fifth-straight year the Bruins have been tabbed preseason favorites. Belmont, who has won or shared five of the past seven OVC regular season championships, picked up 17 first-place votes and 237 points, to top last year’s co-champion and tournament champion Murray State, who tallied the other seven first-place votes and 223 points. Jacksonville State was picked third (187) and followed by Austin Peay (180), UT Martin (154), Eastern Kentucky (128), Eastern Illinois (124), Morehead State (113), Tennessee State (90), SIUE (63), Southeast Missouri (49) and Tennessee Tech (36).

The 2019-20 Season: The 2019-20 season marks the 72nd of competition in the OVC. Over the previous 71 years, 13 different teams have claimed an OVC regular season championship.

ESPN+: The OVC is in year two with ESPN+, the multi-sport, direct-to-consumer video service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer & International segment, being the exclusive home of regular season and OVC Championship broadcasts. Fans can subscribe to ESPN+ for $4.99 a month (or $49.99 per year).  ESPN+ is an integrated part of the ESPN App and (on mobile and connected devices) and ESPN.com. More information can be found at www.OVCSports.com/ESPN.

 

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Reds Opening Day News: Marty Brennaman named Grand Marshal of 2020 Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

February 18, 2020

The Cincinnati Reds and Findlay Market have announced that former broadcaster and Reds Hall of Fame inductee Marty Brennaman will be the Grand Marshal of the 101st Findlay Market Opening Day Parade, which kicks off at Noon on Thursday, March 26.

Brennaman, who retired at the end of last season after 46 years in the radio booth, was selected as the sole inductee for the Hall of Fame class of 2020 and will be the first broadcaster inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame.

Marty Brennaman

On-field Hall of Fame induction ceremonies presented by PNC Bank are scheduled for Sunday, April 26 before the Reds vs. Diamondbacks game (2:10pm).

The Induction Gala presented by Clark Schaefer Hackett will take place that evening at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati.

The Grand Marshal announcement was made earlier today at the Findlay Market Parade press conference. In attendance was Cincinnati Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman, Reds President & COO Phil Castellini and Parade Chairman Neil Luken.The first pitch for the 144th Reds Opening Day game in Cincinnati on March 26 is at 4:10 p.m. vs. the St. Louis Cardinals.

Additional details for Opening Day festivities will be announced in the coming weeks.

Details on the parade can be found at www.findlaymarketparade.com

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Cincinnati Reds 2020 Single-game tickets currently on sale

Single game tickets for the 2020 Cincinnati Reds regular season games at Great American Ball Park are on sale now excluding Opening Day.

The single game tickets will only be sold online at www.reds.com.

The ticket windows at Great American Ball Park will be open during normal business hours beginning March 2.

Key Dates & Games for 2020

  • 144th Opening Day: Thurs., March 26 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 4:10 p.m. (Findlay Market Parade at Noon)
  • Kids Opening Day: Saturday, March 28 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 2:10 p.m. (Pregame block party and player parade at The Banks)
  • Reds Hall of Fame Induction featuring Marty Brennaman: Sunday, April 26
  • MLB PLAY BALL Weekend: June 5-7 (MLB league-wide initiative featuring activities to encourage participation in youth baseball and softball)
  • Ohio Cup Series vs. Indians: July 7 & 8 (May 19 & 20 @ Cleveland)
  • MercyMe Post-Game Concert presented by Prasco: Aug. 15
  • Marquee Series & Interleague Home Games: Chicago Cubs (June 4-7, June 23-25, Aug. 11 & 12); St. Louis Cardinals (March 26-29, Aug. 24-26, Sept. 17-20), World Series Champion Washington Nationals (June 26-28), Tampa Bay Rays (July 31-Aug. 2), Baltimore Orioles (Aug. 31-Sept. 2) and Boston Red Sox (Sept. 15 & 16)
  • Bark in the Park Games: April 28, May 27, June 9 and Sept. 1

The 2020 season features many promotions and giveaways including seven bobbleheads, 10 Fireworks Fridays, two Funko Pop! collectibles, four postgame concerts and one Marty Brennaman commemorative microphone that includes a sound chip featuring his famous “…and this one belongs to the Reds” radio call.

Promotional Giveaways

  • March 26 vs. Cardinals: 2020 Magnetic Schedule/Car Magnet presented by PNC Bank
  • March 28 vs. Cardinals: Kids Opening Day Cap presented by Frisch’s Big Boy
  • April 11 vs. Phillies: 2020 Reds Team Calendar presented by Kroger
  • April 25 vs. D-Backs: Queen City Sluggers Triple Bobblehead presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare (Ted Kluszewski, George Foster & Eugenio Suárez)
  • April 26 vs D-Backs: Commemorative Marty Brennaman Microphone presented by Kahn’s (Pregame Reds Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony presented by PNC Bank)
  • May 16 vs. Brewers: Sonny Gray Bobblehead presented by John Morrell
  • May 23 vs. Padres: Joey Votto Replica Jersey presented by FOX Sports Ohio
  • June 6 vs Cubs: Reds Tote Bag presented by MLB Network
  • June 26 vs Nationals: Trevor Bauer Bobblehead presented by TriHealth
  • June 27 vs Nationals: 1990s Reds All-Decade Team Poster (Voting to be held on reds.com)
  • July 11 vs. Pirates: Eric Davis Funko Pop! Collectible presented by Skyline Chili
  • July 25 vs. Rockies: Mike Moustakas Bobblehead presented by PNC Bank
  • July 31 vs. Rays: Shogo Akiyama Bobblehead
  • Aug. 1 vs. Rays: Reds Baseball Cards presented by Topps
  • Aug. 12 vs. Cubs: Michael Lorenzen Dual Bobblehead
  • Aug. 15 vs. Pirates: Luis Castillo Funko Pop! Collectible
  • Aug. 29 vs. Brewers: Joey Votto Bobblehead
  • Sept. 19 vs Cardinals: 2020 Reds Team Photo

The full promotional schedule can be found at www.reds.com/Promotions. Quantities limited on giveaways. Promotional schedule subject to change.

Ohio Lottery Post-Game Concert Series

  • June 27 vs. Nationals: JUST ANNOUNCED: ‘I Love the 90’s’ featuring Vanilla Ice, Naughty by Nature, Tone Loc & Rob Base
  • July 24 vs. Rockies: Brothers Osborne
  • Aug. 1 vs. Rays: O.A.R.

Weekends at Great American Ball Park

  • Fireworks Fridays: Postgame Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks show each Friday home game from May through September.
  • Super Saturdays: Premium giveaways at Saturday home games.
  • Family Sundays: Sunday home games include a special ticket offer, kids giveaways and more.

Theme Ticket Packages

  • Reds theme ticket packages for the 2020 season will include exclusive promotional items from Star Wars™, PEANUTS™, the Cincinnati Zoo and more. Additional packages and details will be announced soon.

Opening Day Ticket Opportunity

  • Fans can register now through Feb. 20 for the Opening Day Double Play for an opportunity to purchase up to four (4) Opening Day tickets at reds.com/OpeningDay
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