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Reds Caravan Stops In Lexington

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Updated: 1/28/2013 12:09 am

The Reds Caravan stopped in Lexington Sunday morning. The tour gives fans an opportunity to meet some of the players, get autographs and sign up for Reds tickets.

Reds Infielder Todd Frazier, 2012 Minor League Player of the Year Billy Hamilton, broadcaster and former pitcher Jeff Brantley, broadcaster Jim Kelch, VP of Baseball Operations Dick Williams and mascot Rosie Red were all scheduled to be there.

Frazier said the response from the community on the trip has been very good and that he considers the tour the kick start to spring training.

The 2013 Lexington Community Day at the Great American Ball Park will be on Sunday June 9th when the Reds play the St. Louis Cardinals.

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