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Reds: Going green today and Bill Bray retires

Reds: Going green today and Bill Bray retires


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Going green 

(Courtesy: Cincinnati Reds)

Reds: When the Reds take on the Cleveland Indians at Goodyear Ballpark today, the Reds players will be wearing new uniforms honoring St. Patrick’s Day. Fans can purchase the authentic jerseys at the Reds Team Shop at Great American Ball Park beginning Monday at 10 a.m. along with green caps and t-shirts. The Reds started a baseball tradition in 1978 by wearing white and green uniforms on St. Patrick’s Day provided by Cincinnati's own Koch's Sporting Goods.

Reds GM Dick Wagner turned the Reds green in 1978

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Bray retires
Best of luck to former Reds reliever Bill Bray. He is one of my favorites and a friend. He's a class guy, and a great father and husband. He's got a great head on his shoulders, and I wish him the best. Bill pitched six years in MLB. He was with the Redsd from 2006-2012: 12-11 3.72 in 236 games. His two best seasons with the Reds:
20008: 2.86 in 63 games
2011: 2.98 in a team high 79 games




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