Reds lose to Phillies on Opening Day, 4-3 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Reds lose to Phillies on Opening Day, 4-3

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CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Cincinnatians take Opening Day very seriously - it's basically an unofficial holiday in the Queen City.

The Reds lost in the season opener 4-3 to the Philadelphia Phillies. 

Reds fans come out in full force on the first day of baseball season for a celebration of epic proportions. 2017 Opening Day was no exception.

See photos from the festivities in the gallery above or at this link on mobile devices.

More Opening Day coverage:

Your Complete Guide To Reds Opening Day 2017

Game day schedule

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