Great America Ball Park
Great America Ball Park, 100 Main Street, Cincinnati OH 45202 Google Maps
Great America Ball Park is located on the Ohio River adjacent to downtown Cinncinati, Great America Ball Park opened in 2003. From 1970 to 2002 the Cincinnati Reds played in multi-purpose Riverfront Stadium which was located just north of Great America Ball Park.
Great America Ball Park is located adjacent to Paul Brown Stadium home of the National Football League Bengals.
Great America Ball Park is accessible by Cinncinati and Kentucky bus transportation. The ball park is located near several freeway exits and there is even steamboat service from the Kentucky side of the Ohio River for games at Great America Ball Park.
Cincinnati Reds Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Cincinnati Reds History
The Cincinnati Reds won the National League Central Division crown in 2010 and clinched their first playoff berth in 15 seasons. the Reds lost to the Philadelphia Phillies. One of the games was a no-hitter pitched by Phillie pitcher Roy Halladay.
The Cincinnati Reds won the National League 2012 Central Division crown. They were defeated by the Western division champion San Francisco Giants in the division round.
The Big Red Machine era is one of the fondest memories in Cincinnati Reds history. Hall of Fame catcher, Johnny Bench was one of many stars. In the 1970's, the Big Red Machine won two World Series and four National League titles. In 1976, Johnny Bench led the Reds to a four game sweep of the powerful New York Yankees.