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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Great American Ballpark

A few weekends back, hubby was headed to Ohio for another work trip & decided to swing through Cincinnati and check out the Great American Ballpark for a Reds Game.

Summer time- blue skies, freshly mowed fields, and lots of fans.

The stadium is pretty new & had some super-sizes graphics on the outside.

Somebody got some good seats along the first base line.

I think the all digital boards are cool- the ads, batter info, league games and everything are all electronic.

A red, red stadium- all the fans are decked out in red.

Guess they walked around to the other side. Snow cones on a hot day at the ballpark are a brilliant idea.

What's up with the baggy pants in baseball? When are the nice tight ones coming back?

The ballpark is right on the Ohio River and that is Kentucky right over there. Apparently there isn't much going on in downtown Cincinnati, so they went across the river to hang out in Kentucky for the evening.

The Roebling Suspension Bridge was under renovation & (hopefully) they are doing something to spruce up the walkway by the river.

H said it was HOT! At least in Houston, they with close the retractable roof when it's too hot. This misters were genius.

Looks like there is some new construction going on in downtown Cincinnati.

I love ball parks that are downtown and have a beautiful skyline in the background.

I'm sure this is somebody famous in Red's history, but I haven't a clue. It's a pretty neat sculpture none the less.

GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: Got a spiffy new briefcase as my other one has seen too many airplanes & depositions in the last 8 years.

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