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CINCINNATI - Regardless of a 3-1 loss against the Los Angeles Angels, it was obvious Monday night some Reds fans haven't loss hope this early in the season.
"You know it was a long game a fun game, they're gonna pull through it was fun to be out here and enjoy all the excitement," said Reds fan Mallory Donohue.
But for others, like Charlie Lehman, most were disappointed, especially after sitting through 13 innings.
"Pretty good game except for the fact the guys can't get a guy in from third base with less than two outs. End of story," said Lehman.
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Some didn't leave Great American Ball Park because of the endless game, but because of the cold weather.
"I was sitting in the shade, wind is too cold I had to buy a blanket," said Rebecca Mebius.
"We were in the sun, but in the 7th inning it could cold so I had to buy a blanket," said Renee Hughes.
The weather kept the staff at the Reds Team Shop busy as they sold sweatshirts, hats and even sold out of gloves.
"I'm pretty sure I'd bring a goose down coat, couple blanket and some hand warmers if it was this cold again," said Mebius.
For more reaction from Monday's game, watch the video in the media player above.
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