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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

    From Jamie Ramsey's blog:










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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

    More great pics from C. Trent's website:

    http://cnati.com/photo-gallery/galle...e-3410-001432/

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

    From the Cincinnati Enquirer:


    Reds players take a morning run as practice starts during spring training at the Cincinnati Reds Player Development Complex in Goodyear, Ariz., on Thursday.


    Pitchers Johnny Cueto (front) and Jared Burton warm up.


    Mike Saverino (left), operations manager, and Don Wyman, security, hang a new Reds flag.


    John Walker (left) and Kyle Bunting, members of the grounds crew, water down one of the infields before practice.


    Reds players stretch before their intersquad scrimmage.

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    Laynce Nix hits the bullpen fence trying to field a fly ball hit by Miguel Cairo in the fifth inning of an intersquad scrimmage.


    Aroldis Chapman throws during an intersquad scrimmage.


    Ramon Hernandez gives a big smile to pitcher Aaron Harang after hitting a Harang pitch for a home run in the second inning during an intersquad scrimmage.


    Aroldis Chapman throws in the second inning.


    Chris Dickerson slides into second base with a steal as Wilkin Castillo tries to make the tag.

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    Todd Frazier (right) lifts himself up after bruising his right quadriceps.


    Todd Frazier (center) is helped off the field after bruising his right quadriceps.


    Baserunner Chris Dickerson flips his batting helmet after a force out at second base on a double play turned by Brandon Phillips.


    Reds pitcher Aaron Harang delivers to the plate.


    Pedro Viola throws during an intersquad scrimmage.

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    Jonny Gomes (left) can't beat the throw to first baseman Yonder Alonso.


    A view of Goodyear Ballpark


    The entrance to the new Goodyear Ballpark


    Entrance to the new Goodyear Ballpark


    The fountain in front of the new Goodyear Ballpark

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    The entrance to the new Goodyear Ballpark


    The grounds crew hoses down the infield


    The new Goodyear Ballpark


    The entrance to Goodyear Ballpark


    Brent Atchley, president of Vinyl Applicants, but working for Fast Signs of Goodyear, works on a Cleveland Indians logo over the dugout at Goodyear Ballpark. The Reds and Indians share the stadium and will face off Friday in the first game of the spring season.

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

    Lots of thoughts about pictures.

    #1 - Mike Leake = Bronson Arroyo bobblehead doll.

    #2 - Tony Fossas = The Cuban Grady (of Sanford and Son fame). I had no idea he was that old or undergroomed.

    #3 - Joe Morgan = Dusty's biggest loser partner (potentially)

    #4 - Bryan Price = That supervisor/boss who is always really charming and cool until you walk past his office one day and hear him just ripping someone a new one.

    #5 - Homer Bailey always looks in pain when throwing.

    #6 - Yeah I think Walt can pull of a Brimley stache'. I always envision him wearing one of these.

    "You can't let praise or criticism get to you. It's a weakness to get caught up in either one."

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    Reds Clubhouse Assistant Josh Stewart


    Former big leaguers Ellis Burks, Billy Hatcher, Eric Davis and Tony Phillips


    Senior Director of Player Development & Global Scouting Terry Reynolds double-dog dares VP of Scouting, Player Development & International Ops Bill Bavasi to jump off the balcony of the Reds offices.

    Moments after this photo was snapped, Bavasi took the dare and performed a mid-air double somersault twist, landing perfectly unharmed on his feet. It was quite impressive.

    http://ramsey.mlblogs.com/

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    Former Red George Foster says hello to Brandon Phillips before the first game of spring training, against Cleveland.


    The Cincinnati Reds take the field against the Indians for the first game of spring training, held at Goodyear Ballpark.


    A military fly-over starts the first game that the teams played in Goodyear, Ariz.


    Aroldis Chapman, fourth from right, who is from Cuba, stands during the playing of the national anthem Friday.


    Former Cincinnati Red Joe Morgan throws out the ceremonial first pitch.

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

    From the Cincinnati Enquirer:


    Aroldis Chapman signs autographs before the game.


    Tiffany Hornbach, of Green Township, waits for an autograph between Eric Davis, left, and Aroldis Chapman.


    Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Mike Lincoln looks a little uncomfortable after giving up three runs, a homer and two on a ground-rule double, in the first inning of the game.


    Mike Lincoln started against the Cleveland Indians on March 5, 2010.


    Scott Rolen knocks a second-inning single during the first game of spring training.

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    Re: 2010 Spring Training pictures

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    Cincinnati's Chris Valaika stops a ball off the bat of Cleveland's Carlos Santana from heading into the outfield for extra bases during the seventh inning.


    Cincinnati's Carlos Fisher throws in relief in the eighth inning.


    The Reds' Chris Heisey can't get to a double off the bat of the Indians' Wes Hodges during the eighth inning.


    Tiffany and Tony Hornbach of Green Township, right, wait for an autograph from Aroldis Chapman, left, while Eric Davis clowns with another fan, rear.


    Aroldis Chapman signs baseballs for fans at the stadium.


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