Sellout at GABP
The Civil Rights Game between the Reds and Cardinals was a sellout, with standing room tickets only available before first pitch.
The pre-game ceremonies were a solid watch just like last year. The biggest ovation, by far, was for Willie Mays. But there was a neat scene of fellow Hall of Famers Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks and Frank Robinson being introduced in order and sitting shoulder-to-shoulder on the field. All three received good applause from the crowd.
Update — the announced crowd was 41,326 fans.