The 2018 Cincinnati Reds schedule starts with two National League powers as the Washington Nationals (March 29, 30-April 1) and Chicago Cubs (April 2-3) visit the Great American Ballpark. Reds vs Nationals tickets are as cheap as $11, while Reds vs Cubs tickets are beginning at $13.
Coming out of the All-Star break, Cincinnati will host the Pittsburgh Pirates (July 20-22), St. Louis Cardinals (July 23-25) and Philadelphia Phillies (July 26-29). They’ll also host three potential playoff teams during a later home stand in the Arizona Diamondbacks (August 10-12), Cleveland Indians (August 13-15) and San Francisco Giants (August 17-19). Interleague opponents include the Detroit Tigers (June 19-20), Chicago White Sox (July 2-4) and Kansas City Royals (September 25-26) in addition to the Indians.
TicketCity's Great American Ballpark Seating Recommendation
Great American Ballpark is one of the few MLB venues where you can get lower level infield seats for almost as cheap as outfield seats. With that in mind, the closer you sit to home plate the better your view of the field is going to be in this stadium.
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Cincinnati Reds Baseball at Great American Ballpark Address: 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202
The Reds play their home games at Great American Ballpark, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. When filled to capacity, Great American holds more than 42,000 screaming Reds fans. When at the ballpark, be sure to go to the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. The Hall of Fame features interesting exhibits as well as a history of all the former Reds greats who have been enshrined. The Cincinnati Reds dugout is on the Great American Ballpark first base line in front of sections 127-131. Great American Ballpark parking information is covered in our Reds event guide.
Reds vs. Cardinals
Through the late 1990s and early 2000s this rivalry was lukewarm with the Reds only finding minor success. Since then the Cardinals have continued to be one of the best teams in baseball, and the Reds have emerged as a title contender with a swarm of young and exciting talent. In the last 5 years this rivalry has produced bench clearing brawls and down to the last out games. Fans of the National League know this is currently one of the most competitive rivalries in baseball.
Cincinnati Reds in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
The Cincinnati Reds dominated the 1970s winning six division titles, four NL pennants, and two World Series during the decade with Hall of Famers Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Tony Perez and manager Sparky Anderson leading the way. The team became known as “The Big Red Machine.” Overall, the team has won over four World Series championships, 8+ division titles and 8+ NL pennants.
What time do the gates open prior to a Reds game?
Gates open 90 minutes before the first pitch at Great American Ball Park.
Where are good places to eat before a Reds game?
There are some great dining options within a few miles of Great American Ball Park. If you want to try some of the most exotic and mouthwatering burgers check out The Rookwood. All the foodies out there should try Local 127. Local 127 has a sophisticated menu, and is only a short drive to the stadium. Mexican food lovers have to try Nada, it is one of the best Mexican food options in Ohio. If you are looking for a higher end dining experience try Morton’s The Steakhouse, or Boca. Other great places in the area are Otto’s, Jimmy G’s, and Goodfellas Pizzeria.
Where is the best place to park at Great American Ball Park?
Parking for Great American Ball Park is spread out over a large area. The best place to find parking just north of Third Street on the north side of the ballpark. If you don’t mind walking, try looking to the west of the stadium on the south side of Pete Rose Way along the river. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is also only about a block from the stadium and offers a public transportation option for getting to the Great American Ball Park.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Cincinnati Reds game?
Children 3 years old and younger are allowed to enter Great American Ball Park without a ticket, but must sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game.