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Order the official publications of the Cincinnati Reds right from your home! Reds Magazine, the official game program of the Reds, is published four times a season. Each issue includes in-depth features on Reds players, a look around the Majors, Reds Farm Report, a pull-out poster and much more for only $5. The Reds Yearbook, published once a season, is a must have for any Reds fan. For $8, the Yearbook gives you a look at the Cincinnati Reds' offseason news, a preview of the Reds' roster for the upcoming season, and a commemorative section highlighting the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum.

Reds Magazine Issue 1

2014 REDS Magazine Issue 1 – $5

  • Reaching New Heights: With all eyes on him since becoming a part of the Reds organization, Homer Bailey is completing the transformation from talented prospect to Major League star. Tossing no-hitters in back-to-back seasons have helped matters too.
  • Game-Changer: Billy Hamilton, the switch-hitting speedster, is ready to make a splash in the big leagues as the Reds every day centerfielder.
  • Around the Majors: Evan Longoria looks to lead the Rays back to the postseason, a difficult task in the challenging American League East.
  • Farm Report: Top-prospect Robert Stephenson will begin 2014 with Double-A Pensacola.
  • Pull-out Poster: Jay Bruce.
Reds Magazine Issue 2

2014 REDS Magazine Issue 2 – $5

  • MIND OVER MATTER: Always classified among baseball's top talents, Joey Votto has positioned himself among baseball's elite with the help of his mental game.
  • BACKSTOP OF THE FUTURE IS READY NOW: Devin Mesoraco is determined to shake off injuries and break out in his first year as the starter in 2014.
  • Around the Majors: Veteran Chase Utley continues to lead the Phillies lineup.
  • Farm Report: A look at the progress of the Reds' top prospects in the early portion of the season.
  • Pull-out Poster: Aroldis Chapman.
Reds Magazine Issue 3

2014 REDS Magazine Issue 3 – $5

  • JOHNNY BEISBOL: Thanks to a historic start to the 2014 season, Johnny Cueto is finally catching the attention of the baseball world.
  • TO THE NEXT LEVEL: Todd Frazier is stepping up when it matters most and becoming a breakout star in 2014.
  • Around the Majors: "Big Papi" David Ortiz remains the mainstay for the defending World Series Champion Boston Red Sox.
  • Farm Report: A look at top performances in the Reds minor league system and a recap of the team's selections in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft.
  • Pull-out Poster: Billy Hamilton
Reds Magazine Issue 4

2014 REDS Magazine Issue 4 – $5

  • KING OF THE K: Behind the power of the strikeout, Aroldis Chapman has solidified himself as one of the most feared closers in the game.
  • SEIZING HIS OPPORTUNITY: Journeyman Brayan Peña is blessed to play the game he loves.
  • Around the Majors: Carlos Gomez is living up to his all-around potential with the Brewers.
  • Farm Report: A look at top performances in the Reds minor league system
  • Pull-out Poster: Todd Frazier
Yearbook 2014


  • Head Of The Class: Top vote-getter Ken Griffey Jr. highlights the 2014 Reds Hall of Fame Inductees. Other 2014 inductees include Dave Parker, Ron Oester and Jake Beckley.
  • Winning Formula: With three playoff appearances and two division titles since 2010, the Reds have discovered how to sustain success.
  • Price Point: 2014 marks the first season with manager Bryan Price at the helm, with the hope that his no-nonsense approach delivers in the win column.
  • Getting Better All The Time: A look at the newest features inside Great American Ballpark as the Reds look forward to playing host to the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. Most visible will be the Reds Brewery District and the Reds Connect Zone.
  • In-depth Reds Hall of Fame Commemorative Section, highlighting the new “Kings of the Queen City” exhibit.
  • Full-color photos of all your favorite Reds players.
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