Share Your Favorite 2013 Reds Memory

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As we sit watching the final hours of 2013 tick away and the calendar flip to 2014, it’s time to share your favorite Reds memory with Blog Red Machine. Although the 2013 season ended in disappointment, there were plenty of memorable moments.

There was the touching story of the Todd Frazier/Teddy Kremer home run and the way the team rallied around the batboy. There was the electric reception to the reuniting of the Great Eight at GABP. Who could forget Homer Bailey‘s second no-hitter or the way the crowd when nuts when Billy Hamilton stole his first base off Yadier Molina?

What was your favorite memory of the 2013 Reds season? Tell us below in a comment. It can be a highlight, a personal story or experience, whatever your favorite memory is please share it with BRM. Let’s reminisce on year coming to an end.

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  • jduy

    todd and teddy

  • http://www.gahproductions.com/ Torry Hamilton

    Too many to vote for one. All listed in your post are great. Sentimentally, I would go with the Teddy/Todd Memory, but I think Homer’s second No-No has to be my top memory overall.
    Good post, man! Hope you get some good feedback!

  • LTC_Geek

    I was there for the Great 8 reunion and Morgan sculpture dedication and it made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. However, the Todd/Teddy thing will always make Frazier one of my favorites. He plays the game with the same enthusiasm with which Teddy cheers him on.