As the Cincinnati Reds enter Major League Baseball’s post-season for the first time since 1995, the citizens of this river town are embracing and enjoying every last-minute of the ride. The fans excitement and elation was quite apparent on Monday afternoon, as swarms of people flocked to Fountain Square. A massive rally of Reds fans, cheering and showing support for professional baseball’s oldest team, invaded the square before the team hopped a flight to Philadelphia. The Phillies will host the Reds for the first two games of the NLDS starting Wednesday night. The entire 2010 Cincinnati Red’s team took the stage around 3:30 during the 2-6pm rally. The team was escorted to the stage by a member of the Big Red Machine. Joe Morgan walked on to the platform with the team and was accompanied by Walt Jocketty, and Bob Castellini. Marty Brennaman hosted the event and took time to speak with Jay Bruce, Brandon Phillips, Jonny Gomes and Bronson Arroyo. At one point, Dusty Baker was introduced and he made sure that Joey Votto didn’t get out of there without saying a few words. We offer a look into the rally.