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I am a freelance writer. I've covered the Cincinnati Reds, Bengals and others since 1992. I have a background in sales as well. I've sold consumer electronics, advertising and consumer package goods for companies ranging from the now defunct Circuit City to Procter&Gamble. I have worked as a stats operator for Xavier University, the University of Cincinnati, the College of Mount St. Joe and Colerain High School.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Reds' Fans Are Watching

There has been some hand wringing and commentary about the low attendance for the four-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals.

Sam LeCure tweeted a not-so-subtle hint to encourage Reds' fans to show up and support the Reds against the Cardinals.

"Sure would be nice to see a packed house tonight against a team we are chasing to go to the playoffs...hint hint"  LeCure tweeted.

The Reds and Cardinals drew a healthy holiday crowd on Monday with 32,951 strong at Great American Ball Park.  Attendance dropped to 20,219 on Tuesday and 23,894 on Wednesday.

Fox Sports Ohio, however, is reporting record viewership for a game other than opening day.

Steve Watkins of the Business Courier reports the details below:


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