Originally Posted by Carin4Narron
Personally I would rather them to put the scoreboard money into the team. The old scoreboard was only 6 years old. The scoreboard in Riverfront was 32 years old.
The fans who get excited and go to a game just to see the scoreboard are really sad.
When or if the Reds get their ''stuff'' together and put a good team on the field, then I will get excited. I won't drink the Kool Aid over a scoreboard!
I heard someone from the Reds front office mention on WLW that they replaced it because the company that manufactured it is no longer around. They haven't had any hardware or software support for the board in quite some time.