CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Reds players have been busy on the field and in the bullpen, stepping up to the plate for their 2013 season on Opening Day. They're also busy on social media platforms, connecting with fans and getting the Tri-State excited for baseball season.
Everyone on social media knows Brandon Phillips as @DatDudeBP , so what about your other favorite players? We've put together a Twitter list of the Reds players who are connecting with fans. Check it out at twitter.com/WCPO/cincinnati-reds
Want even more from the Reds? The team stays in touch with fans on quite a few social media platforms. Here's how you can connect:
- Be sure to use the hashtag #openingday and the handle @Reds to connect with fellow fans on Twitter
Remember, Opening Day is Monday, April 1.
I'll be covering the Opening Day Parade on April 1, so connect with me on Twitter @jennyfromthebak for a behind-the-scenes look at all the excitement!
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