Each week, we round up the top photos from our viewers, reporters and photographers. Take a look at our favorites!
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips jokes with St. Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta after the second inning of 1-0 loss to the Cardinals on March 31 in Cincinnati. Photo by WCPO photojournalist Kareem Elgazzar.
The Reds and Cardinals line the field while National Anthem just before the start of the Opening Day game, at Great American Ballpark, in Cincinnati, on March 31, 2014. By WCPO’s Jessica Noll.
Three-year-old Sophia Deaton of Edgewood (left) watches the 95th annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade with her cousin Lilly Paskal, 4, of Villa Hills on March 31 in downtown Cincinnati. By WCPO’s Taylor Mirfendereski.
Madison, the Cavachon: “Ahhh, that suns feels great!” From our Facebook fan Marc Conter.
Reds catcher Brayan Peña hits a double to centerfield, resulting in a slide to second base during the Opening Day game vs. the St. Louis Cardinals in Cincinnati, on March 31, 2014. By WCPO’s Jessica Noll.
Do you remember your first Opening Day? Lisa Shepherd introduced us to the newest Reds fan when she shared this photo on our Facebook page.
Five-year-old Ethan throws a baseball with his father, Tim Myers, before the start of the Opening Day Parade in Over-the-Rhine on March 31.
It wouldn't be an Opening Day without seeing this guy! From our Facebook fan Kim Jenkins.
BONUS: Spring storms hit the Tri-State this week, which brought spring flooding. A few roads were closed due to high water, like this portion of Eastern Ave. Thanks to Twitter follower Finn Fitzpatrick for this photo.
President Jimmy Carter made a stop in Cincinnati Tuesday night for a book signing event at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Rookwood to promote his new book, "A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power." By WCPO photojournalist Emily Maxwell.