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On Tuesday night, the Cincinnati Reds held "Bark in the Park" night, setting aside a special section for fans who wanted to bring their dog with them to the game against the San Francisco Giants.
Fans had to buy a seat for the dog in addition to themselves. However, the dog package entitled those Reds fans to take part in a pre-game dog parade and other special activities.
If you missed it, the Reds plan to hold another Bark in the Park night on September 10th
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