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Hall of Fame & Museum

New for 2009

Reds Hall of Fame Audio Tours!
Audio Tours

Featuring great Reds from the past recalling unforgettable moments from their careers and classic radio calls from throughout Reds history.

Reds Hall of Fame Audio Tours are only $5 with Hall of Fame admission.

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The tour includes 21 stops:
Stop Number Audio Tour Stop Sample
1. Reds Historian Greg Rhodes welcomes you to the Reds Hall of Fame.  
2. Jim Maloney reminisces about the atmosphere at Crosley Field.
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3. Jim O'Toole recalls the 1961 National League Champion Reds.  
4. Frank Robinson reflects on the fielding challenges of the Crosley Field terrace.  
5. Pete Rose on record-setting hit no. 4,192.
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6. Chuck Harmon on breaking the color barrier with the Reds.
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7. Highlights from Joey Votto, Jay Bruce and Johnny Cueto.  
8. Greg Rhodes introduces the Play Ball Gallery.  
9. Bill Werber reflects on the 1940 World Champion Reds.  
10. Tommy Helms on being part of the Joe Morgan trade in 1972.  
11. Frank Robinson on his infamous trade to Baltimore in 1965.
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12. Pete Rose on winning back-to-back batting titles in 1968 and 1969.  
13. Gary Nolan reflects on his most memorable moment as a Red.  
14. Johnny Bench's home run in Game 5 of the 1972 NLCS.  
15. Classic calls from Red Barber, Waite Hoyt, Marty Brennaman and Joe Nuxhall.  
16. Red Barber recreates the last out of Johnny Vander Meer's second no-hitter.  
17. Edd Roush on the 1919 Reds.  
18. Leo Cardenas on signing with the Reds out of Cuba.  
19. George Foster on his 50-home run season in 1977.  
20. Tony Perez on his home run in Game 7 of the 1975 World Series.  
21. Greg Rhodes describes the Reds Hall of Fame.  
Jim O'Toole Jim O'Toole
Edd Roush Edd Roush
Tony Perez Tony Perez