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Upcoming Events

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Thursday, June 24, 5:00-6:30 PM
"Baseball Perspectives" Speaker Series - Chris Welsh
Chris Welsh

Native Cincinnatian Chris Welsh, enjoying his 18th season as a television analyst for the Cincinnati Reds, will be the featured speaker at the first installment of the Reds Hall of Fame's new "Baseball Perspectives" speaker series.

A graduate of Cincinnati's St. Xavier High School, Welsh enjoyed a five-year Major League pitching career that included pitching for his hometown team in 1986. He became a broadcaster for the Reds in 1993 and for the next 17 years teamed with George Grande to form the longest-running television announcing team in Reds history.

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"Strike Three" cover
Saturday, June 26, 5:30 p.m.
Book Signing & Presentation - "Strike Three" by Thomas A. Tomsick, M.D.

From 1964-1966, Thomas A. Tomsick served as the bullpen catcher for the Cleveland Indians. Now one of the top doctors in the country and a faculty member at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Director of Neuroradiology, Dr. Tomsick will discuss his book and the three seasons he spent with the Tribe. The presentation will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the book signing at 6 p.m.

Saturday, July 17, Pregame
2010 Reds Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies

Prior to the Reds vs. Rockies game at 7:10, ceremonies will be held on the field to honor the 2010 class of Reds Hall of Fame inductees - Chris Sabo, Pedro Borbon and the late Tony Mullane. The ceremony will be emceed by Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman with appearances by the inductees and other Reds Hall of Famers.


Sunday, July 18
2010 Induction Gala

Be a part of Reds history during the star-studded Induction Gala to honor the newest class of inductees. Hear from the 2010 class and join with previous Reds Hall of Fame inductees, former Reds players and the entire 2010 Reds team and coaching staff.


Thursday, August 12
"Baseball Perspectives" Speaker Series - Gene Bennett

In his 58th year with the Cincinnati Reds, Gene Bennett serves as senior special assistant to the general manager. Bennett began his scouting career in 1958 and was promoted to scouting supervisor in 1975. Bennett's notable signings include Don Gullett, Barry Larkin, Chris Sabo, Jeff Russell, Charlie Leibrandt and Paul O'Neill. He has received the TOPPS Scout of the Month Award 12 times, and in 1988, Bennett received the TOPPS All-Star Scout Award.

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Thursday, August 26
"Baseball Perspectives" Speaker Series - Bob Quinn

From 1989-1992, Bob Quinn served as general manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Quinn was instrumental in piecing together the key components of the team which brought a World Championship back to the City of Cincinnati. As general manager, Quinn was responsible for acquiring Billy Hatcher and Randy Myers, two players who contributed greatly to the wire-to-wire championship run in 1990. Following the '90 season, Quinn was named Major League executive of the year. Quinn also served as general manager for the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants.

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Thursday, October 14
"Baseball Perspectives" Speaker Series - Ron Oester

Selected in the ninth round of the 1974 MLB amateur draft by Cincinnati, Ron Oester played his entire 13-year career in a Reds uniform. Oester was famously known as one of the few major leaguers who did not wear batting gloves. In 1988, he was honored with the Hutch Award, given to a player who best exemplifies the fighting spirit and competitive desire of the late Fred Hutchinson, a longtime manager of the Reds. A top pinch hitter in the 1990 season, Oester hit .299 on the year and collected two hits during the postseason.

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