Presentation on theme: "Cincinnati Reds Come in the dugout and meet the 2010 NL Central Division Champs Presented by: Christian Petersen Activity 12: My Favorite Sports Team 5/24/11."— Presentation transcript:
Cincinnati Reds Come in the dugout and meet the 2010 NL Central Division Champs Presented by: Christian Petersen Activity 12: My Favorite Sports Team 5/24/11
Background Information on the Cincinnati Reds The Cincinnati Reds are a baseball team in the National League Central. The Reds colors are red, white, black, and gray. The Reds play in Cincinnati, Ohio at Great American Ballpark. The Reds have two mascots but the main one is Mr. Red and the newer one is Gapper. Mr. Red is a baseball head wearing a baseball uniform, while Gapper is a monster named after a line drive in the gap. The Cincinnati Reds were the first baseball team ever, coming into existence in They were then known as the Red Stockings. Last year the Reds made the playoffs for the first time in 15 years by winning the National League Central. The Reds finished
Meet the Reds Jose ArrendondoPitcher Bronson ArroyoPitcher Homer BaileyPitcher Bill BrayPitcher Francisco CorderoPitcher Johnny CuetoPitcher Carlos FisherPitcher Sam LeCurePitcher Matt MaloneyPitcher Nick MassetPitcher Logan OndrusekPitcher Travis WoodPitcher Ryan HaniganCatcher Ramon HernandezCatcher Miguel Cairo Infielder PaulJanishInfielder BrandonPhillipsInfielder Edgar RenteriaInfielder Scott RolenInfielder JoeyVottoInfielder Jay Bruce Outfielder Johny GomesOutfielder Chris Heisey Outfielder FredLewis Outfielder Drew StubbsOutfielder
Joey Votto Player’s Stats: 27 Years Old First Base(1B) Joey Votto won the 2010 NL MVP award, winner of the 2010 Hank Aaron award, 2010 All-Star selection, 2008 and 2010 Ernie Lombardi MVP award winner, several player of the week awards,.324 batting average last season, led the Reds to the postseason for the first time in 15 seasons.
Brandon Phillips Player’s Stats: 29 Years Old Second Base(2B) Brandon Phillips won a gold glove in 2008 and 2010 for his superb defense, 2010 All-Star, 2007 Ernie Lombardi MVP award winner, several player of the week awards
Aroldis Chapman Player’s Stats: 23 Years Old Pitcher(P) Aroldis has thrown the fastest ever recorded pitch at 106 mph and the second hardest at 105, won the world baseball classic in 2009 with the Cuban National Team.
Players in Action Joey Votto hits a Sac Fly Brandon Phillips on Mother’s Day Jay Bruce at bat Drew Stubbs hits a home run Scott Rolen at bat Homer Bailey pitching