In the 1980s the downtown Cincinnati streets were buzzing with energy around a single stadium.
The home field of Cincinnati's two professional teams stood from three decades. It went through two stadium names, but one nickname revolutionized a franchise.
Not only was the 80s a memorable decade for the Bengals, it gave fans two of the most iconic individual moments in Reds history.
Tom Browning pitching a perfect game and Pete Rose making historic hit 4,192.
Watch the video above to see what Riverfront Stadium meant for one city and two franchises in the 1980s.
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