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Great American Ball Park

First and Figures

Status: Home of Cincinnati Reds

Address: 100 Main Street, Cincinnati Reds

Capacity: 42,059

Cost to construct: $290 Million 

Architect: HOK Sports

Owner:

Former Naming:  N/A

 

The Field

Playing Surface: Grass

Defining Feature:  "The Gap" in seats down left field line

Dimensions (ft) Initial distance in parenthesis

Left Field:  328

Left Center: 379

Center Field:  404

Right Center: 370

Right Field: 325

 

Opening Day and Firsts

Opening Date: March 31, 2003

Opponent: Pittsburgh 

Results:  Pirates 10 Reds 1

Attendance:   42,343

First Hit: Ken Griffey, Jr. (double, Reds)

Winning Pitcher: Kirk Benson

Losing Pitcher: Jimmy Hayes

 

Hosted Events

World Series:  0

All Star Games:  0

World Baseball Classic: 

Other: 

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