Four ballparks used to host National League baseball in the city of Cincinnati are featured in this 7" x 21" poster. Produced by stadium historian and professional illustrator Jeff Suntala, each ballpark was heavily researched to ensure its accuracy and contains a caption beneath it. The result is a vivid historical timeline of the ballparks used by the Reds since 1902.
Poster Info 7" tall by 21" wide unframed poster printed on 100 lb. cover stock
Features illustrations of Palace of the Fans, Crosley Field, Riverfront Stadium and Great American Ball Park
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Each of the four ballparks contains a caption beneath them about their history. This is what those captions say:
PALACE OF THE FANS
In 1902, old League Park's home plate was moved to left field and its grandstands became the right field stands.
CROSLEY (REDLAND) FIELD
Built on the same site, it had a four foot incline leading up to the outfield fence.
First use of artificial turf at an outdoor ballpark.
GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK
A major upgrade.