The Cincinnati Reds are proposing major changes to the club level and scoreboard at Great American Ball Park in time for the 2009 seasonThe Cincinnati Reds are proposing major changes to the club level and scoreboard at Great American Ball Park in time for the 2009 season. A new high-def scoreboard from Daktronics is on the agenda, though the details have still to be finalized (the cost should be between $7 million and $10 million). Hamilton County, the owner of the ballpark may be asked to contribute financially. The Reds will pay for a remodeling of the FSN Ohio Club 4,192; the current layout is dominated by a huge bar in the middle of the room, which is open to all ticketholders on the club level. A renovation would allow the club to be open on non-game days. The remodeling has been described to us as a plan to make it more like a pure sports bar — i.e., lots more flat-panel TVs and perhaps booths.
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