Found October 29, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Have you ever wondered how awesome it would be if we could see some of the Reds dress up in Halloween costumes? I have. And as much as I (and others) would love to feast my eyes on such a spectacle, it isn't likely that we will get the chance to. However, thanks to modern day technology and a little imagination, I have created the following post which features costume recommendations for several Reds players and team personnel. Due to its lengthy nature, it has been divided into a 2-day series (double the pleasure, double the fun!). So, be sure to check back tomorrow as I publish the second half of what this glorious piece has to offer. Today's post features Mat Latos, Dusty Baker, Brandon Phillips, Aroldis Chapman, Joey Votto, Todd Frazier, Ryan Ludwick, Marty Brennaman, Mike Leake, and Mr. Redlegs. Enjoy.       Okay, reflection time. What do you think? Can you think of any additional costume ideas...
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