Probably get a better price by advertising it on Redszone.
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Fame is man given: be thankful.
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Thank you Walt and Bob for bringing winning baseball back to Cincy
Nov. 13, 2007: One of the greatest days in Reds history: John Allen gets the boot!
I have no problem with corporations sponsoring every and anything at the park. If it helps keep tickets prices low and also helps bring in quality players then sponsor away!!!!
"Boys, I'm one of those umpires that misses 'em every once in a while so if it's close, you'd better hit it." Cal Hubbard
I like it. It reminds me of Kaufmann in KC. I love things like that.
"My mission is to be the ray of hope, the guy who stands out there on that beautiful field and owns up to his mistakes and lets people know it's never completely hopeless, no matter how bad it seems at the time. I have a platform and a message, and now I go to bed at night, sober and happy, praying I can be a good messenger." -Josh Hamilton
I agree with both of you. I understand that they don't pull in the TV money a lot of franchises do so they have to make it up somewhere. I also understand that a lot of this keeps ticket prices low. But it's starting to get to the point where, as REDREAD said, they are putting some kind of thing on every blank space in the stadium. It's like a bunch of little kids just adding stuff to something they built for no reason whatsoever.
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
The old stadiums had WAY more advertising than the new one's. Just looking at old pictures you can see advertising everywhere.
This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.
Is there a "new" baseball park that looks any more "redneck" than GABP in centerfield. Personally I think it really looks cheap. One better...I think it looks "John Allen Cheap".
Tim McCarver: Baseball Quotes
I remember one time going out to the mound to talk with Bob Gibson. He told me to get back behind the batter, that the only thing I knew about pitching was that it was hard to hit.