All Star Game

Michael E. Keating

Cincinnati Police are determined the recent rash of shootings will not dampen the All-Star Game and surrounding events that begin July 10. Even before the 2014 game in Minneapolis, police began formulating a plan that will include:

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Cincinnati is preparing to host its fifth All-Star Game. While the Reds and Major League Baseball are in charge of all the official events, the city's organizing committee is making sure Cincinnati takes full advantage of being in the national spotlight.

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After the baseball stars of tomorrow leave the field, celebrities and baseball heroes will play softball at Great American Ball Park.  The Cincinnati Reds and Major League Baseball are announcing who will play in the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, July 12, during All-Star Week.

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This year marks the tenth year of the Regional Tourism Network, which was created to promote the entire 15 county region to visitors.  President and CEO Linda Antus says the network is unique because there aren't many metropolitan areas that span three states and still work together for tourism. 

Michael Keating

In less than 90 days, Major League Baseball's All-Star Weekend gets underway in Cincinnati. Tens of thousands of fans are expected to visit from around the country.  David Ginsburg with Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI), says work has already started preparing the central business district to make a good impression.

A video tribute to Cincinnati Reds All-Stars

Apr 2, 2015
Michael E. Keating

It has been the dream of millions of youngsters for generations - to grow up and don the uniform of a Major League ballplayer.

It's a dream that comes true for only a small sliver of those millions - and even fewer achieve the honor that comes with being named to baseball's All-Star Game.

The 86th Major League Baseball All Star game will take place July 14 at Great American Ball Park.

Michael E. Keating

With Major League Baseball's All Star Game coming to Great American Ball Park in July, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum has opened an exhibit honoring the 100 Reds who have been members of National League All Star teams.

This week, Cincinnati is hosting the National Sports Forum.   Jackie Reau with the Greater Cincinnati Sports Corporation says it's another opportunity to get the area more national, and international attention.

"There are about a thousand people here from really all over the country, representing all the four major league sporting bodies, as well as a number of colleges, universities, sporting properties, and also vendors who supply the sporting industry," Reau says.

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Sports Tourism in Greater Cincinnati

Feb 1, 2013

The exciting news last week was that Cincinnati will host the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. How do events like these get awarded to cities and what does it mean for the local economy? Linda Antus, president of the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about the impact of big events and sports tourism.


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