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CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Reds announced details on purchasing tickets for possible postseason games at Great American Ball Park.
Fans can go to reds.com/postseason to register for a chance to enter a random drawing to buy tickets for the 2013 National League Wild Card/National League Division.
Registration for the NLDS drawing ends at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 10. The selection of those who will be able to purchase tickets will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11, according to the Reds.
Registration will also be open for the National League Central Series until Tuesday, Sept. 17 and for the World Series until Wednesday, Oct. 2. Future drawings for those ticket purchases will be announced if the team advances to those series at a future date.
Drawing winners will be contacted by the Reds organization.
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