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Great American Ball Park
The Great American Ball Park opened on March 28, 2003 with an exhibition game with the Cleveland Indians. The first regular season game, on March 31, 2003, saw the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the Reds 10-1. The young Bush eventually did get the opportunity to throw out the first pitch before the Reds' April 4, 2006 opening day game versus the Chicago Cubs.
While appearing to be a patriotic reference, Great American Ball Park is named after a business sponsor, the Great American Insurance Group. Great American is the insurance division of American Financial Group, Inc., the principal shareholder of which is former Cincinnati Reds majority owner Carl Lindner, Jr.
The Great American Ball Park is located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio on the Ohio River between U.S. Bank Arena and the former site of Cinergy Field.
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In 1996, Hamilton County voters passed a one-half percent sales tax increase to fund the building of two new facilities for both the Cincinnati Reds and the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals. Previously, the teams shared occupancy of Cinergy Field, but complained that the aging multipurpose facility lacked modern amenities and other things necessary for small market teams to survive.
After much discussion and debate, the site that was eventually chosen became informally known as "the wedge," due to it being "wedged" between Cinergy Field and US Bank Arena. To accommodate construction on the small plot, Cinergy Field was partially demolished, although it remained in use until Great American Ball Park was ready.
Cinergy Field, which opened midway through the 1970 season under its working name, Riverfront Stadium, was demolished on December 29, 2002.The Gap. A 35' (11 m) wide break in the stands between home plate and third base called "The Gap" is bridged by the concourse on each level (see photo).
Aligned with Sycamore Street, it provides views into the stadium from downtown and out to the skyline from within the park. Pepsi Power Stacks. In right center field, two riverboat-inspired smokestacks flash lights, emit smoke and launch fireworks to incite or respond to the home team's efforts. When the Reds strike out a batter, smoke blows out of the stacks. When the Reds hit a home run, fireworks are launched from the stacks.
A 50 foot by 20 foot (15 by 6 m) limestone base relief carving near the main entrance features a young baseball player looking up to the heroic figures of a batter, pitcher and fielder, all set against the background of many of Cincinnati's landmarks, including the riverfront and Union Terminal.
This piece at the Great American Ball Park was sculpted between 2002 and 2003 by local artists Todd Myers and Paul Brooke. The Mosaic. A mosaic paying tribute to two legendary Reds teams: the 1869 Red Stockings, Major League Baseball's first professional team, and the 1975 Big Red Machine club that won the first of two consecutive World Series, are just inside the main entrance.
The Panoramas. Panoramas of downtown Cincinnati, Mt. Adams, the Ohio River and Northern Kentucky are visible from most of the park (see main photo). The Scoreboard. At 217 feet, 9 inches (66 m) wide, the scoreboard is the third largest in Major League Baseball; only the scoreboards at Denver's Coors Field and Detroit's Comerica Park, respectively, are larger.
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