Teddy Kremer's story is being told far and wide.
ESPN sent a crew to Kremer's house in Colerain Township to do a feature about Colerain's 12th Man. They took him to the softball fields at Colerain High School this afternoon to tell part of the story.
"The story has taken on a life of it's own," Dave Kremer said. "He's signing autographs. A lot of people bring him pictures and scorebooks to sign."
Kremer was a fixture on the sidelines at Colerain High School football games when his brother Dave played offensive tackle for the Cardinals. Kremer would wear a jersey with '12th Man' on the front.
The Reds' players, as did the Cardinals, immediately took to the effervescent Kremer.
The 30-year old, who now works part-time for the Reds in customer relations, has become a good luck charm for the team.
After losing two games in a three-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals, Reds' owner Bob Castellini ordered his presence in the dugout Tuesday night against Oakland. The Reds swept the brief two-game series.
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