Cincinnati Reds Lose Longtime Fan

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Updated: 4/29/2012 8:42 pm
The Cincinnati Reds have lost a longtime fan and we mean a 'long' time! Paul Minnick went to Opening Day in 1936 at Crosley Field, then he went to every Opening Day after that through 2011. He didn't go this year, because of his health. His son says Minnick died this past week, at the age of 93. The Cincinnati Enquirer says his 75-year streak is eight years longer than the next closest fan.
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