Meet and receive an autograph from Reds Hall of Fame shortstop Leo Cardenas on Saturday, May 25 from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. A Red from his debut season of 1960 through 1968, Cardenas was a member of the Reds' 1961 National League championship club and was an All-Star each season from 1964 - 1966 and again in 1968. A Gold Glove winner in 1965, Cardenas was known as "Mr. Automatic" for his superlative defensive skills. Traded to the Twins after the 1968 season, Cardenas was a member of the Twins' back-to-back division title-winning teams in 1969 and 1970 and earned a fifth career All-Star selection with Minnesota in 1971. Cardenas also played for the Angels and Rangers in a career that last through the 1975 season. He was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 1981. The Leo Cardenas Signature Series Autograph signing is free with admission to the museum. Limit one autograph per person.
Meet and receive autographs from Gold Glove catcher Johnny Edwards and Reds Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Maloney at the Reds Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 6 from 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM. A Red from 1961-1967, Edwards was the Reds leading hitter in the 1961 World Series, won Gold Gloves in 1963 and 1964 and was an All-Star each season from 1963-1965. With two no-hitters to his credit, Maloney is one of only two pitchers in Reds history to throw more than one no-hitter in a Reds uniform (Johnny Vander Meer is the other) and is the club's all-time leader in career strikeouts. Edwards caught Maloney's first no-hitter, a 10-inning shutout of the Cubs on August 19, 1965. The autograph signing is free with admission to the Reds Hall of Fame. Limit one autograph per player per visitor.