Synonyms for reds_crosley or Related words with reds_crosley

mariners_safeco              cincinnati_reds_crosley              pittsburgh_pirates_crosley              chicago_cubs_crosley              pm_pdt_kcal_kbig              pm_fsm_carpenter              brooklyn_dodgers_ebbets_field              oakland_raiders_frank_youell              boxscore_wor_tv              dodgers_dodger_stadium              chicago_cubs_wrigley_field              atlanta_braves_atlanta_braves              wade_boggs_red_sox              swallows_yomiuri              brooklyn_robins_dodgers              kucks              kermit_wahl              diamondbacks_haren              noesi              ken_heintzelman_none              fox_ktar_am              philadelphia_phillies_chicago_cubs              pittsburgh_steelers_heinz              edubray              kimbrel_fenway_park              mariners_halama              karchner              houston_astros_florida_marlins              cincinnati_reds_pittsburgh_pirates              degrees_partly_cloudy              pm_fsm_lohse              bedrosian_candlestick_park              cleveland_indians_seattle_mariners              pm_pdt_kcal_klac              minnesota_twins_cleveland_indians              mickey_doolan              namdong_asiad_rugby              louis_guisto              fso_leake              schugel              dave_freisleben              myatts              rodrĂ­guez_boxscore              belicek              schatzeder              pittsburgh_pirates_cincinnati_reds              badrani              fso_cueto              giants_sal_maglie              uehara_fenway_park             

Examples of "reds_crosley"
In 1996, when the Astros were designing a new stadium during a meeting at the Astrodome, owner Drayton McLane asked "What can we do to make this ballpark special?" Tal Smith responded by suggesting a hill in center field similar to the Cincinnati Reds' Crosley Field. The project became known as "Tal's Hill" when architects Populous made designs to facilitate the inclusion of the hill.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, O'Neill attended Brookhaven High School. O'Neill and his family were fans of the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball. On a visit to the Reds' Crosley Field shortly before it closed, six-year-old Paul had his picture taken wearing a Reds batting helmet and holding a toy bat. Over his shoulder could be seen Roberto Clemente of the opposing Pittsburgh Pirates. Like Clemente, O'Neill would become a right fielder and wear uniform number 21. His older sister is Molly O'Neill, a noted chef and cookbook author who was a food writer for "The New York Times" in 2000.