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Manager: Jerry Narron
Ball Park : Great American Ballpark
Location: Cincinnati, OH Turf: Grass Capacity: 42,059
Great American Ballpark lies along the banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati. Chalked full of innovative features and breathtaking views, the venue celebrates the Reds history. Opened in 2003 to seat 42,059, the ball park lies at 100 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202.
Traveling to the ball park from the north, take either Interstate 75 to the 2nd Street exit or Interstate 71 south to the 3rd Street exit. From Kentucky to the south, take I-71 & 75 north to the 2nd Street exit or I-471 north to the Third Street exit.
From points west travel east along U.S. 50 to the 2nd Street exit. Driving to the park from the east, follow U.S. 50 to the 6th Street exit. Follow 6th Street to Sycamore Street (turn left), 3rd St. (turn right), Walnut St. (turn left), to 2nd Street (turn left).
The Reds finally got Ken Griffey Jr. healthy in 2005, but there's one thing they couldn't change: their pitching was still putrid. That led to a fifth straight sub-.500 season and a new manager, Jerry Narron. Cincinnati led the National League by scoring 820 runs, but gave up 889.
Cincinnati's 5.19 ERA in 2004 was a franchise-worst, so the team boosted its payroll and added Eric Milton, Ramon Ortiz and Paul Wilson. The result was a 5.15 team ERA in 2005, again worst in the National League. Wilson missed most of the season with shoulder woes; Ortiz had a 5.36 ERA; and closer Danny Graves was designated for assignment after 20 appearances and a 7.36 ERA. And Milton had an amazingly bad season, giving up 237 hits and 40 home runs with an ERA of 6.47 in 186 innings.
The offense remained potent, with Griffey hitting 30 doubles and 35 home runs for his best season since 1998. Adam Dunn led the team with 40 home runs, to go along with 101 RBIs, though he also led the league with 168 strikeouts. The lineup also featured a core of promising young players, including shortstop Felipe Lopez (23 home runs in 2005), outfielder Wily Mo Pena (19 home runs in 311 at-bats) and third baseman Edwin Encarnacion (16 doubles in 211 at-bats after a midseason callup).
The Reds let Ortiz go and traded Sean Casey for pitcher Dave Williams after the season. They also brought in Tony Wom-ack. But unless they can bring in another pitcher or four, Cincinnati will probably be relegated to the second division again.
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