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Reds announce details of June 16 Luke Bryan concert tonight




Luke Bryan at the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 photo By Keith Hinkle, CC BY 2.0, https

Saturday, June 16 at GABP


The Cincinnati Reds and Live Nation would like to remind fans of ballpark policies and procedures in advance of the Luke Bryan “What Makes You Country Tour XL Stadium Sized” concert on Saturday, June 16 at Great American Ball Park.

Sam Hunt will serve as the special guest along with Jon Pardi and openers Morgan Wallen and DJ Rock.

• Ballpark gates open at 4 p.m. with opening acts to begin at approximately 5:30 p.m.
• The show is rain or shine (no umbrellas)
• No carry in items will be permitted including backpacks, large purses, food, beverages, cameras (with detachable lenses), recording equipment, selfie sticks, laser pointers, firearms, or any other type of weapon
• Small purses are permitted but will be inspected prior to entry and at any time that they are in the ballpark
• All guests will be required to go through metal detection prior to entry
• All guests will be required to show a valid government issued ID to purchase alcohol

For the full list of GABP concert policies, visit the Concert Guide at:

For more information on tickets can be found at

Parking is recommended in The Banks Garage. Driving directions are available at


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Reds draft Florida Gators 3B Jonathan India in 2018 Draft First Round



Was 2018 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year

Take University of Florida Infielder Fifth Overall


CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Reds Vice President of Amateur Scouting Chris Buckley announced the selection of INF Jonathan India (6’1″, 200), a junior from the University of Florida, with the team’s first pick (5th overall) of the 2018 first-year player draft.


Later tonight, the Reds will select their second and third players with overall picks 47 (2nd round) and 72 (competitive balance lottery round B).


“We think Jonathan is an extremely exciting athlete who can impact the game in many ways,” said Dick Williams, President of Baseball Operations. “He played very good defense at third base and has the athleticism to play elsewhere. As an accomplished and advanced college hitter, he should move quickly through the minor leagues. We are thrilled to add him to our organization.”

Jonathan India (courtesy U of Florida)


India, 21, was named 2018 SEC Player of the Year after batting .365 with 16 HR, 40 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 54 regular season games during his junior year at Florida. The Coral Springs (FL) native led the conference with a .506 on-base percentage and a .730 slugging percentage. He was selected as a semi-finalist for the prestigious Golden Spikes Award and entered the draft rated the fifth-best prospect by Baseball America.


This year for the Gators, India played primarily third base but also made several appearances at shortstop. He became just the 12th player in school history to amass in his career 20 or more home runs, 100 or more RBI and 30 or more stolen bases.


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2018 Redlegs Run, a success once again



3,100 Runners Raised $127,000 For Reds Community Fund


More than 3,100 runners and walkers participated in the 17th annual CollegeAdvantage Redlegs Run at Great American Ball Park earlier today, raising over $127,000 for the Reds Community Fund.

• The overall top 5K male finisher was Charles Rooney from Cincinnati with a time of 16:13
• The overall top 5K female finisher was Kristen Leslie from Cincinnati with a time of 19:01
• The overall top 10K male finisher was Andrew Bryan from Cincinnati with a time of 35:18
• The overall top 10K female finisher was Daniella Orton from Washington D.C. with a time of 39:26

The winners have been invited to throw out ceremonial pitches prior to the Thursday, June 28 Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers game at GABP.

Updated race results and a photo gallery can be found at

2018 Redlegs Run by the numbers:
• $127,000 raised for the Reds Community Fund
• 5,000 CollegeAdvantage giveaways
• 4,000 slices of LaRosa’s pizza
• 3,500 Chick-fil-A sandwiches
• 3,000 Kroger cookies
• 125 volunteers
• 100 gallons of Powerade
• 30 cases of bananas provided by the Castellini Group of Companies
• 25 states represented by participants

All proceeds from the race directly benefit the Reds Community Fund and its youth baseball and softball outreach initiatives.

Multiple youth baseball and softball teams supported by the Reds Community Fund served as volunteers on the 5K and 10K courses.

Race sponsors and partners: Cincinnati Reds, CollegeAdvantage, Chick-fil-A, Trophy Awards, Prestige AV & Creative Services, Coca-Cola, Rumpke, Kroger, Castellini Group of Companies, LaRosa’s, Skyline Chili, Fleet Feet Sports, 700WLW, 1530 ESPN, Kiss 107, WEBN 102.7 and Graeter’s.

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Reds Hall of Fame Features Johnny Vander Meer bobblehead in June 2018




Available Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays


The Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore continues its 2018 bobblehead program in June, celebrating the two consecutive no-hitters thrown by Reds Hall of Famer Johnny Vander Meer in 1938.

This double bobblehead features Vander Meer in both his home and away uniforms and symbolizes the incredible feats accomplished on June 11, 1938 at Crosley Field vs. the Boston Bees and four days later on June 15 vs. the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field.

A four-time All-Star, Vander Meer boasted a 3.41 ERA over the course of his 11 seasons with the Reds while amassing 1,251 strikeouts. He also remains the only pitcher in MLB history to throw back-to-back no hitters, considered an “unbreakable” record.

He was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in its inaugural class in 1958.

The bobbleheads are free with regular-price admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum (or a Great American Ball Park tour) beginning Friday, June 1 at 10 a.m., and will be available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout the month of June, while supplies last.

Only 6,000 bobbleheads have been produced and there is a limit of one bobblehead per visitor per day.

The bobblehead series continues through September with a different Reds Hall of Famer available each month:
• April: Chris Sabo (available only with museum membership)
• May: Ernie Lombardi (available only with museum membership)
• June: Johnny Vander Meer
• July: Adam Dunn
• August: Tom Browning
• September: Johnny Bench

Johnny Vander Meer in locker room By Unknown - Baseball Digest, back cover, May 1948 issue, Public Domain, https

Admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is $10 for adults, $8 for students/seniors, and $6 for active military/veterans. Children four and younger are free.

The best way to ensure a bobblehead is to join the museum as a member. To become a member, please visit 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 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, 86 players, managers and executives have been honored with induction. Plan your visit at

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NFL hosting Second Annual Coaches Clinic now through June 17



​Clinic to emphasize coaching fundamentals and communication with players


The NFL will bring together more than 60 current coaches for the second annual NFL COACHING CLINIC, held June 15-17 at The Star in Frisco, Texas. The program is held as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen football through the development of coaches and players, and will emphasize coaching fundamentals and communication.

“The NFL Coaching Clinic presents the opportunity for a peer-to-peer transfer of knowledge, technique and expertise among the best coaches,” said TROY VINCENT, NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations. “Handing off the very best practices from one coaching generation to the next ensures the long-term viability and sustainability of the game.”

Led by a group of successful current and former coaches, this year’s faculty includes Bobby April, Larry Kirksey, Larry Marmie, Mike Pope, Jimmy Raye, Jim Skipper, Tony Sorrentino, Dave Wannstedt and Pro Football Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams.

Participants will learn the fundamentals and mechanics of coaching at different positions. Attendees will also participate in interactive sessions, including panel discussions and demonstrations. This year’s clinic focuses on the running back, wide receiver, tight end, defensive back, and special teams positions.

The program was expanded in 2018 to include select participants from the NFL’s pipeline diversity programming and high school football coaches.


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