Great American Ball Park
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- First Single: Pokey Reese
- First Hit & Double: Ken Griffey, Jr.
- First Triple: Rob Mackowiak (April 3rd, 2003)
- First HR: Sanders (off Haynes)
- First Run: Randall Simon
- First RBI: Sanders
HIGH SEASON ATTENDANCE: 2,355,259 (2003)
LOW SEASON ATTENDANCE: 1,747,919 (2009)
LONGEST HOME RUN: 535 ft. by Adam Dunn in 2004
The ballpark features two large smokestacks in the outfield, meant to recall those on a paddle steamer. The stacks light up when a Reds pitcher strikes out an opponent and shoot fireworks when a Reds batter hits a home run. On May 15, 2015, the chimneys gave out more excitement than expected as one of the stacks caught fire during a game. Luckily, the blaze was extinguished quickly and no one was hurt.
|Current ballparks in Major League Baseball|
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|AT&T Park | Busch Stadium | Chase Field | Citi Field | Citizens Bank Park | Coors Field | Dodger Stadium | Great American Ball Park | Marlins Park | Miller Park | Nationals Park | Petco Park | PNC Park | SunTrust Park | Wrigley Field||Angel Stadium of Anaheim | The Coliseum | Comerica Park | Fenway Park | Globe Life Park in Arlington | Kauffman Stadium | Minute Maid Park | New Yankee Stadium | Oriole Park at Camden Yards | Progressive Field | Rogers Centre | Safeco Field | Target Field | Tropicana Field | U.S. Cellular Field|