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Thread: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Having grown up in the Blue Ash area I would hate to see the Reds leave downtown. Going to a Reds game was an event/adventure, dinner downtown, drinks after the game, overall a great experience. Cincinnati has a relatively small downtown, currently living in a Mega-tropilis let's me really appreciate how accessible Downtown Cincinnati is. Besides GABP is a major income creator for downtown business.

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    well luckily we dont have to worry about the reds leaving downtown.

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Quote Originally Posted by HatchMo View Post
    I personally wish it was north of town, but living near Dayton, I guess I'm biased.
    And I personally wish is was south of town, being from Louisville, but seriously I think downtown is perfect: it is close for both east-siders and west-siders, the traffic infrastructure is there for people from every direction, there is plenty of parking near the stadium, there is plenty of food/entertainment nearby, there are plenty of hotels for us out-of-towners, and lastly there are plenty of out-of-towners here for other reasons (conventions, long weekends, etc.) who can walk to a game. I can't wait for my next trip in...GO REDS!
    What if this is as good as it gets?

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Not to mention as of last year the team only pays a dollar to lease that little 10 year old stadium downtown:

    http://www.ballparks.com/baseball/national/cinbpk.htm

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Terrible idea.
    "I talked to an advance scout that told me if Joey Votto and Albert Pujols were on the same team he'd advise his team to do the unthinkable...pitch around Votto to get to Pujols." - Buster Olney, ESPN

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    I would go to games a lot less if they were in the burbs.

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    The river is the perfect place for the Reds to call home, and I hope they always will.

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Quote Originally Posted by scott91575 View Post
    No man.
    Pete Rose will be leaving the Montreal Expos to become player - manager for the Cincinnati Reds

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    I would hate to see either team relocate away from the riverfront. I have so many memories of baseball and football on the riverfront. Now watching from Western PA the buildings seem like old friends. I am even starting to like the one that looks like it is wearing a tiara.

    I get sentimental about my sports.

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    Re: Would the reds attendance go up if the stadium was located in Blue Ash?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedTruck View Post
    Just imagine there was a large plot of land perfectly for for a major league stadium in say a suburbs of Cincinnati like Blue Ash. Do you think the reds overall attendance would increase in the long run?
    What?

    Is this thread a joke?
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