I was joined this week by Reggie Sanders, who enjoyed an 8-year career as the All-Star right fielder of the Cincinnati Reds in the 1990s. Reggie reminisced on his days with the Reds — his first professional organization — the 1995 Central Division championship season, and why Cincinnati remains special to him and his family.
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