Cincinnati Reds announce promotional giveaways for coming season


Looking for an extra reason to head down to Great American Ball Park this summer to see the Cincinnati Reds in action? 

Check out their newly released list of “super Saturday giveaways.” 

It’s an interesting mix of old- and new-fashioned items, including the obligatory bobblehead of Tucker Barnhart to commemorate his winning a Gold Glove last season and something called a Joey Votto Funko Pop! collectible. 

Here’s the full list: 

  • March 31 vs. Nationals

Kids Opening Day Cap presented by Frisch’s Big Boy & 2018 Team Calendar presented by Kroger

  • April 14 vs. Cardinals

Tucker Barnhart Gold Glove Bobblehead presented by Coca-Cola 

  • May 5 vs Marlins:

Bobblehead #2 presented by John Morrell

  • May 19 vs. Cubs

Reds Garden Gnome presented by Kahn’s

  • June 9 vs. Cardinals

Bobblehead #3 presented by Dynegy

  • June 30 vs Brewers

Bobblehead #4 presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare

  • July 21 vs. Pirates

Reds Cap presented by FOX Sports Ohio (Reds HOF Induction Ceremony presented by PNC Bank)

  • July 28 vs. Phillies

Joey Votto Funko Pop! Collectible Night

  • Aug. 11 vs. D-backs

Ohio Lottery Post-Game Concert Series featuring Jake Owen

  • Aug. 18 vs. Giants

Fan Vote Bobblehead presented by PNC Bank (Voting will be held on reds.com beginning Opening Day)

  • Sept. 8 vs. Padres

Joe Morgan Replica Statue (celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Hall of Famer’s bronze statue dedication) 

  • Sept. 29 vs. Pirates

2018 Team Photo

Which one is your favorite? 


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