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  • REDS HALL OF FAME CHAPTER EVENT

    Ironton Chapter Event with Doug Flynn and Reds and Team Historian Greg Rhodes

    Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 6-8 p.m.

    Buffalo Wild Wings
    1001 Ironton Hills Dr.
    Ironton, OH 45638

    Cost for the evening is $10 for Reds Hall of Fame and Museum members; $25 for non-members. Price includes one autograph. There is a $5 donation fee for each additional autograph (limit of three total). Food can be ordered off the Buffalo Wild Wings Menu. Walk-ins are welcome, RSVPs are encouraged. Please respond to this email to RSVP, or call Sherry Rowland at 513-765-7926, or email Ironton Chapter Leader Ginger Lilly at gingerb1967@roadrunner.com.

    Greg Rhodes
    A native of Richmond, Ind., Greg Rhodes is a lifelong Reds fan who grew up rooting for the Reds of the 1950s and 1960s, listening to the play-by-play and stories of former Reds announcer Waite Hoyt. Rhodes was named the executive director of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum when it opened in 2004 and served in that capacity until retiring from the position in July 2007. Rhodes has continued to serve as team historian and remains active in speaking engagements regarding the history of Reds baseball. He is the host of the Reds Hall of Fame highlight moments heard prior to each Reds game on the Reds Radio Network pregame show. He has co-authored six books on the Cincinnati Reds, including Redleg Journal and Reds in Black and White, both winners of The Sporting News-SABR Baseball Research Award. A former social studies teacher, Rhodes worked for the Cincinnati Historical Society from 1987-'92, helped plan the creation of the new history museum at the Museum Center, served as a former president of the board of Historic Southwest Ohio, been the chairman of the local chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) and is the former president of the Cincinnati Red Stockings vintage baseball team.

    Doug Flynn
    Doug Flynn was just 23 years old when he broke into the Big Leagues with the Reds on April 9, 1975. He won the third base job for the Reds in 1975 while eventually becoming a utility infielder when Pete Rose moved to that position. During his three seasons with the Reds (1975-1977) he was a part of two World Series Championships. Flynn was then included in the trade with the New York Mets that landed Tom Seaver in Cincinnati. He played five seasons for the Mets before hopping between the Texas Rangers, Montreal Expos, and Detroit Tigers to finish his career. Flynn now fills in part-time to broadcast Cincinnati Reds games as well as University of Kentucky Baseball on the SEC Network.


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