CINCINNATI - Reds pitchers Bronson Arroyo and Mat Latos will ride in the 94th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade.
This is the second time that Arroyo and Latos will ride in an Opening Day parade.
Since ‘09, the following Reds players have appeared in the parade: Edinson Volquez and Johnny Cueto (2009), Bronson Arroyo (2010), Mike Leake and Travis Wood (2011) and Mat Latos and Nick Masset (2012).
"We are so excited to have Reds players participate in our parade again this year," said Neil Luken, parade chairman. "In the history of the parade, it's rather unprecedented for active players to appear in the parade. I want to thank the Reds and the Castellini Family for starting this new tradition in 2009."
The parade starts at Findlay Market and ends when it reaches Fifth Street and Sycamore Street downtown.
The Reds will take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at 4:10 p.m. in the first interleague Opening Day in history.
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