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The Great American Ballpark opened in 2003 as the home of the National League's Cincinnati Reds, replacing Riverfront Stadium, the Reds' previous home field. The stadium is named after Great American Insurance Group, which owns the naming rights. The Ohio River is located beyond the outfield wall, occasionally players have hit home runs out of the park and into it. Two model smokestacks exist in the center field bleachers to shoot fireworks every time a Reds player hits a home run and every time the team wins a game.

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