After winning just 76 games in 2014, the Reds are off to the races in the early going after an impressive three-game sweep of the division rival Pittsburgh Pirates. Where they can go from here is anyoneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s guess. All Reds fans know for sure is that Cincy took down a hated rival that happens to be a pretty good baseball team. Sweeping the Pirates could be the beginning of a special ride.
Fans will hope that ride continues to be special as they prepare for their next series, which will bring another bitter rival into Great American Ball Park. The St. Louis Cardinals come to town on Friday to get a festive weekend rolling, as these two NL Central bruisers will go toe to toe for the next three days.
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Reds tickets carry major value during this series, with the first game coming in at just $37 on average (only $5 for the cheap seats), while Todd Frazier Bobblehead Day spikes tickets up to $61.35 average on day two on Saturday. Sunday caps things off with a sweet $31 average price tag, and it will be even sweeter if the Reds can somehow put the finishing touches on a second straight sweep.
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Great American Ball Park is a wonderful venue to see a baseball game. Sweeping the Cardinals wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be nearly as easy as sweeping the Pirates, but the mere possibility has to have Reds fans excited.