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7/31/12 - Reds celebrate "Dummy" Hoy night with signed National Anthem at Great American Ball Park

Cincy honors former deaf player with special night.

7/30/12 - Reds win 10th straight, Marty Brennaman to shave his head

Marty Brennaman made a bold (and bald) pact with Reds fans and now must suffer the consequences.

7/23/12 - Fans play pick-up Wiffle Ball during Hall of Fame weekend in Cooperstown

Hall of Fame attendees trade wood bats for plastic during Wiffle Ball game in Cooperstown.

7/23/12 - Redlegs Nation sounds off on Barry Larkin's Hall of Fame induction

Fans express emotions over what Cincinnati star meant to them.

7/22/12 - Play ball like it's 1899
Old time baseball in Cincinnati.
7/22/12 - Long Haul Bombers put on quite the show at GABP
Traveling softball players reach more than 500 feet during pregame derby.
7/22/12 - All charm and smiles, Barry Larkin hits the green in Cooperstown
Newest Hall of Fame inductee breaks out the putter before Sunday ceremonies.
7/20/12 - Rey Maualga talks Reds and Bengals at Great American

 

With the Bengals moving their preseason workouts to Paul Brown Stadium -- just blocks from Great American Ballpark -- Cincinnati fans can double their pleasure this August.
 
7/19/12 - From high school to the Hall of Fame ...

Mike Cameron, Barry Larkin's high school coach and an official scorer for the Reds, will accompany the former Cincinnati shortstop in Cooperstown this weekend.

7/17/12 - Cincinnati, we have a "Problem"
WBO Junior Lightweight Champion Adrien "The Problem" Broner returned home to Cincinnati and served as honorary captain at Tuesday's game.
7/17/12 - Anderson Monarchs reach Cincinnati on their cross-country tour
The Anderson Monarchs are in the middle of a baseball-filled, cross-country tour. They reached Cincinnati last week.
7/15/12 - Ryan Ludwick greets media with unexpected guest
The slugger's 3-year-old son helped Ryan with his interviews.
7/4/12 - A tale of Todd Frazier, Frank Sinatra and his grandparents
Every time Todd Frazier comes to the plate, his unique walk-up music is an ode to his New Jersey roots.
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