Posted on 30. Sep, 2010 by in All, General Baseball.

 
2010 Cincinnati Reds Central Division Championship Gear

Not sure if it is because of my dad, or my background in working in the equipment field, but I have always been a “gear” guy. I love wearing the official, or even non official, team stuff in every color or size available.  So knowing the Cincinnati Reds were on the verge of clinching the National League Central Division I have been saving my money for the new stuff.

Minutes after the clinching game ended and the Reds players moved to the Clubhouse to spray the bubbly, I raced up to the team shop to get in line for my official on field T Shirt and Cap that the players were wearing.  The following day I went to Dick’s Sporting Goods in Kenwood to add some more championship items to my collection.

Below are pictures of some of the items that I have found so far. If you know of other places selling cool stuff, please comment below or email me.  Thanks.

Team picture was handed to every fan as they exited the park

Cincinnati Enquirer was selling this one page paper for $1 outside the stadium

Two Pennants sold in the gift shop

On Field Cap worn by the team...adjustable in back

On Field T Shirt Worn by the Team

Majestic Team Sweatshirt the Players will wear throughout the playoffs

Only Nike Item I have found so far

Same logo as the sweatshirt, but a T

Majestic Roster T Shirt

Back of the Majestic Roster T

Only Long Sleeve I have seen...Majestic and has a World Series Logo on it

Adjustable New Era Cap

Another Adjustable New Era Cap

Label Pin

Logo Fullsize Baseball

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