The Bats will get their chance to square off against the Reds this upcoming season
Recently, the Bats honored Triple A's top thief in a Billy Hamilton bobblehead, this got me thinking about some of the other bobbleheads that the Bats have made to commemorate various moments.
Major League Baseball's all-star game is set for tonight, and both team's rosters due feature ties to Louisville and surrounding areas.
Louisville makes early runs stand up to beat the Rochester Red Wings 4-2.
Maker's Mark is honoring Louisville's NCAA champions with a new custom bottle which focuses on coach Rick Pitino's new hall of fame induction as well. Of course, this is just the latest of a long line of custom Maker's Mark bottles.
The first annual Reds College Invitational has been confirmed as a game at Reds' home Great American Ballpark in April, in an event where the University of Louisville and University of Cincinnati will meet up in a Big East struggle.
The Louisville Bats have found their new manager, who has a slightly different philosophy than most former managers.
You can see the boys of summer in January. Might want to pack a jacket.
The current Cincinnati Reds are over half former Bats, with that in mind let's take a look at these guys who have formerly worn the Louisville purple and black.
One of this year's NFL hall of fame inductees has several notable local ties.
In 1964 Gus Bell was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame, but there's so much more to the Louisville native's story than that.
When somebody thinks about sports in the city of Louisville they immediately either go to the Derby or the Louisville Slugger, but who was the first Louisville Slugger? We look at that in our next sports legends of the 'Ville.
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