Reds poke fun at hordes of Cubs fans in their ballpark

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The Cincinnati Reds may have lost 6-5 to the Cubson Friday night, but their troll game was on fire.

During the Reds’ first game in a three-game series against the newly dubbed World Series Champions, the geniuses behind the Great American Ball Park’s Jumbotron did something a little extra to welcome the Cubs fans – new and old – to Cincinnati.

Meet the “Bandwagon Cam.”

Of course, Reds fansenjoyed the stunt.

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