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Rating: 3.7 5
Rank: 3 About 13

Category: Nature and Sport
Address: Great American Ball Park 100 Main St.
Website: Visit the website
Telephone: 513.765.7000

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Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati has 7 main sports venue, which are 2 main league teams, 6 minor league teams and 5 college institutions with their own respective sports team. This city is actually home to Baseball’s Reds who were given this name for America’s first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Apart from baseball, Cincinnati has other sport tournaments like tennis, soccer, and such indoor as well as outdoor games.

The venue for the Cincinnati Reds was the Great American Ball Park, where this team won their tournament. This team was founded in 1882 and plays at MLB, National League.


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