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Thom Brennaman resigns from Cincinnati Reds

“My family and I have decided to retire from my role as the television voice of the Cincinnati Reds,” Brennaman said in a statement to WCPO. “I want to thank the Reds, Reds fans, and the LGBTQ community for the incredible support and grace they have shown my family and me,” he wrote. On a Fox Sports Ohio broadcast last …

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The space station is flying over Cincinnati this week: when to look it up

The space station is flying over Cincinnati this week: when to look it up Updated: 5:22 PM EDT September 16, 2020 Look up at the sky, Cincinnati. The International Space Station will fly over the Tri-State starting Wednesday evening this week. According to the Cincinnati Observatory, the space station will look like a very bright, non-sparkling star. It will fly …

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Committee to discuss proposal to ban single-use plastic bags in Cincinnati

Single-use plastic bags are banned in Cincinnati stores. The city council passed a law on Thursday with a 7-1 vote that bans all stationary food businesses from delivering plastic bags to customers. The ban will come into force on January 1, 2021. Customers must bring reusable bags from home or they can buy reusable cloth bags from stores, the regulation …

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Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman has been suspended after an on-air homophobic arc

Kansas City, Missouri – Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman was banned from working on Cincinnati’s Games after using an anti-gay slur in the air on Wednesday night, prompting the team to apologize for the “terrible homophobic remark”. Brennaman took advantage of the bow after the Fox Sports Ohio feed returned after a commercial break prior to the seventh inning in the …

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Cincinnati Reds announcer Thom Brennaman was suspended after using homophobic bow in the air

Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman has been suspended after using a homophobic bow while broadcasting Cincinnati’s game against the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday. According to Jeff Passan, an MLB insider for ESPN, Brennaman was caught by a hot microphone and said, “One of the (expletive) capitals in the world” while on the air before the seventh inning of the first …

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Cincinnati Reds player tests positive for coronavirus

1:08 ET Jeff PassanESPN Conclude ESPN MLB InsiderAuthor of “The Arm: In the Billion Dollar Secret of the Most Valuable Goods in Sports” A Cincinnati Reds player tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, which jeopardized the team’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday and rekindled fears of another outbreak of the sport after two outbreaks in the first few …

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Oscar Mercado sped home as the Cleveland Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-0

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Speed ​​is a wonderful thing because it never drops. At least that’s what every manager or coach will tell you. Oscar Mercado’s bat is in crisis. His legs aren’t, and that’s one of the reasons the Indians beat Cincinnati 2-0 on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The new third base coach, Tony Mansolino, tried to stop Mercado, …

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New report shows that hundreds of businesses in the Cincinnati area are permanently closed

With COVID-19 keeping entrepreneurs busy, new data show that hundreds of businesses in Greater Cincinnati have closed permanently in the past few months. Business owners said they take all measures to provide excellent and safe service, but times are tough. New data from Yelp is one of the first companies to have permanent closings in restaurants, retail stores, bars and …

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The space station is flying over Cincinnati tonight: when to look up?

The space station is flying over Cincinnati tonight: when to look up? Updated: 10:30 p.m. EDT May 31, 2020 Look up at the sky, Cincinnati. The International Space Station – complete with passengers – will fly over the city on Sunday evening. The ISS is visible from 10:37 p.m. According to astronomer Dan Regas from the Cincinnati Observatory, he climbs …

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