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Meet Reds players and coaches, help Community Fund

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Be one of only 300 fans to meet the 2013 Reds players and coaches as you collect their signatures on your very own keepsake baseball, bat or jersey as part of the inaugural Reds Ultimate Autograph Experience.

Reserve your spot for this exclusive chance to create your own 2013 team signed memorabilia on Thursday, July 18 at Great American Ball Park.

Three package options are available: (each package includes entry for one participant and guest)
GOLD GLOVE PACKAGE: $300 (includes signed baseball)
• One official MLB baseball signed by the 2013 Reds players and coaches in attendance.
• Q&A with Reds players, Manager Dusty Baker & GM Walt Jocketty in FOX Sports Ohio Champions Club.
• Autograph session scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.


SILVER SLUGGER PACKAGE: $500 (includes choice of signed baseball OR bat)
• One genuine Louisville Slugger bat or official MLB baseball signed by the 2013 Reds players and coaches in attendance.
• Entry for two for an exclusive viewing of the team workout from the Mercedes-Benz Diamond Club seats.
• Q&A with Reds players, Manager Dusty Baker and GM Walt Jocketty in FOX Sports Ohio Champions Club.
• Team workout scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.


ALL-STAR PACKAGE: $1,000 (choice of either signed baseball, bat, OR personalized Reds jersey)
• A personalized authentic Reds jersey, Louisville Slugger bat or official MLB baseball signed by the 2013 Reds players and coaches in attendance.
• Opportunity for you and a guest to take batting practice on the field at GABP prior to the team workout.
• Entry for two for an exclusive viewing of the team workout from the warning track and visitor's dugout.
• Q&A with Reds players, Manager Dusty Baker and GM Walt Jocketty in FOX Sports Ohio Champions Club.
• Participant batting practice scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.

Please visit reds.com/autograph for updated information and to reserve your spot. 

All proceeds from the event directly benefit the Reds Community Fund and its youth baseball and softball initiatives.

FOX19 will be giving away a spot at the Reds Ultimate Autograph Experience. Tune into the FOX19 Morning News on Friday, July 12 at 7 a.m.!

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