CINCINNATI - Although the Reds lost to the Padres Monday ending their 10-game winning streak, Reds fever is still everywhere.
During the game Monday evening, people of all ages were decked out in red, showing support for their team and the season thus far.
Fans who didn't actually go to the game filled local bars and restaurants at The Banks.
The Bengals were also a hot topic as practice has already begun, however, fans are still keeping their eyes on baseball right now.
"I come no matter what whether they're winning or losing," Reds fan Daniel Warders said. "I mean there's obviously a lot more people talking about the Reds this year because they're doing so well. Twenty-one games over 500 tied for the best record in the national lead is a big deal."
"I came down tonight and noticed there were a lot of people in the seats," Reds fan Anne Skeens said. "There are lots of fans and lots of excitement."
The Reds take on the Padres again at Great American Ballpark Tuesday at 7:10 p.m. They are in town through Sunday.
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