Paul Brown Stadium made the bottom 5 in this list but I think it's pretty solid. Nice view of the river and city, and it's right in downtown Cincinnati. Easily accessible. Gillette and MetLife are uglier and a million times harder to get to.
RT @CodyStavenhagen: Gardenhire: "I think we maybe open in Cincinnati or somewhere like that, which is kinda cool. And that's a guess, because I saw one that said we didn't open in Cincinnati. But I think we do, so I'm hoping we do. I'm gonna drive there."
NYT story on Tommy Tuberville's failed attempt at hedge fund co-ownership includes this pithy summation of his later coaching years: "Mr. Tuberville was less successful in his subsequent tenures at Texas Tech and the University of Cincinnati." https://t.co/T21gJ4qdoC
the beauty of working in Cincinnati is from the time I tweeted this, went back home, got my computer, got back to the ballpark, forgot my glasses in my car, got them, got through check-in, forgot my phone at check-in and went back to get it -- and got set up was less than an hour
First day back at the ballpark, I forgot hand sanitizer. Today is the second, I forgot my computer. I didn’t go home to get hand sanitizer, I will go back for my computer
RT @ElgazzarBLVD: #Reds manager David Bell (25), left, talks with GM Nick Krall, right, Friday, July 3, 2020, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The Reds and Major League Baseball opened a second spring training period ahead of a shortened season due to the coronavirus pandemic. @Enquirer https://t.co/eHC4i8XBWq
RT @kouragekundahl: I owe my Twitter anniversary today to Minor League Baseball. Heck, I owe them everything. This is downtown Pensacola before and after @BlueWahoosBBall. These eight years remade the city and in the process remade me. I wouldn’t get to Cincinnati or San Diego without them. https://t.co/mUyjLNdM7U
If any team would do well with flying in and out in one day, it would be Cincinnati, considering how close it is to Cleveland, Indy, Detroit, Nashville, Chicago and Pittsburgh. Even Baltimore and Atlanta are quick flights from there.
Great list and makes me think of all the great burgers I've had in my travels. Brick 16 in Omaha, Maplewood in Cincinnati, Rauls/Dearmans in BR, BruBurger in the Midwest, Booches in Missouri, and so many in Nola, Good thing I already had plans to go to Beachcorner tonight...