Reds Caravan dates and attendees announced Doug Gray January 10, 2018 4 Comments The Cincinnati Reds have released the 2018 Reds Caravan schedule, including which players will be at which stops. There are four legs of the Caravan. Let’s take a look at who will be traveling where, and when. You can find more information at Reds.com/caravan. The North Tour The Reds attendees Jeff Brantley (broadcaster) Jim Day (broadcaster) Amir Garrett (current pitcher) Tyler Stephenson (current minor league catcher) Dick Williams (President of Baseball Operations and General Manager) The Stops Columbus, Ohio | Polaris Fashion Place | 7-9pm | January 25 Lima, Ohio | Apollo Career Center | 5:30-7:30pm | January 26 Dayton, Ohio | National Museum of the US Air Force | 11am-2pm | January 27 Hamilton, Ohio | Parrish Auditorium at Miami-Hamilton Univ. | 3-5:30pm | January 27 Florence, Kentucky | Florence Mall | 11am-2pm | January 28 The South Tour The Reds attendees Thom Brennaman (broadcaster) Phillip Ervin (current outfielder) Adam Duvall – Louisville stop only (current outfielder) TJ Friedl (current minor league outfielder) Corky Miller (current roving instructor) Austin Kearns – Lexington stop only (former Reds outfielder) Phil Castellini (President and COO of the Reds) Jeff Graupe (Director of Player Development) Walt Jocketty – Louisville only (Advisor to the CEO) The Stops Louisville, Kentucky | Louisville Slugger Field | 6:30-8:30pm | January 25 Nashville, Tennessee | CoolSprings Galleria | 6:30-830pm (local time) | January 26 Bowling Green, Kentucky | Greenwood Mall | 10-11:30am (local time) | January 27 Lexington, Kentucky | Fayette Mall | 5-7pm | January 27 Florence, Kentucky | Florence Mall | 11am-2pm | January 28 The East Tour The Reds attendees Jeff Piecoro (broadcaster) Sal Romano (current pitcher) Cody Reed (current pitcher) Bryan Price (current manager) Nick Senzel (minor league infielder) Tom Browning (former Reds pitcher) Buddy Bell (advisor to the General Manager) The Stops Athens, Ohio | Athens Community Center | 6:30-8:30pm | January 25 Charleston, West Virginia | Charleston Town Center | 6:30-8:30pm | January 26 Parkersburg, West Virginia | Grand Central Mall | 10:30am-12:30pm | January 27 Huntington, West Virginia | Huntington Mall | 2:30pm-4:30pm | January 27 Florence, Kentucky | Florence Mall | 11am-2pm | January 28 The West Tour The Reds attendees Marty Brennaman (broadcaster) Scott Schebler – Thursday & Friday only (current outfielder) Tucker Barnhart – Muncy, Indianapolis, Batesville only (current catcher) Taylor Trammell (current minor league outfielder) Dmitri Young (former Reds outfielder/first basemen) Nick Krall (Vice President & Assistant General Manager) The Stops Muncie, Indiana | Stoops Automotive | 5:30-7:30pm | January 25 Evansville, Indiana | Eastland Mall | 4-6pm (local time) | January 26 Bloomington, Indiana | College Mall | 9:30-11:30am | January 27 Indianapolis, Indiana | Castleton Square Mall | 12:30-2:30pm | January 27 Batesville, Indiana | Southeastern Indiana YMCA | 4-6pm | January 27 Florence, Kentucky | Florence Mall | 11am-2pm | January 28 The Reds Caravan will kick off on January 25th at the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. All of the buses will load up and head off to their first destination from there. 4 Responses Wes January 10, 2018 So is it like a q and a? I could catch walt and PC in Louisville. Gotta few questions for those 2 ; ) Reply Doug Gray January 11, 2018 There is a Q/A period, yes. Reply Mike January 11, 2018 I usually attend the Lima stop….Not a very impressive list going on the North tour. Plus they keep changing venues. Attendance has dropped dramatically. Reply Piggly Wiggly January 11, 2018 It looks as if all 4 tours end on the same day at Florence, KY. That will be like a mini-Redsfest there. The East and West tours sure look like they have the better Reds attendees this year. Glad to see Tom Browning on a tour. I wish the Reds would get more of the older players to participate. Eric Davis was on it the last 2 years. Chris Sabo would be nice some day. Scott Williamson maybe. Norm Charlton and Rob Dibble maybe. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.