The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum
examines the extraordinary history of autographs in Signature Reds, a new exhibit exploring the autograph phenomenon
through the prism of Reds baseball.
The exhibit opens to the public on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m.
Highlighted by the display of autographs from virtually every player to wear a Reds uniform since 1920, Signature Reds will immerse visitors in the world of autograph collecting while taking them on an unforgettable journey through the last eight decades of Reds history.
From superstars to journeymen to players whose careers were measured in single games rather than seasons, Signature Reds will include them all.
Signature Reds presents the largest assemblage of Reds autographs ever made available for public display. Visitors to the exhibit will experience the world of autographs in all its varied forms. From signed baseballs to photographs to game used equipment to novelty items, if an item is connected in any way to the game, a player has inevitably been asked to sign it.
Visitors will have a chance to leave their mark on the exhibit by signing their own name on the exhibit's Signature Wall.
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