Browning to speak in Ironton; HOF memberships available

Published 1:03 am Friday, November 10, 2017

Former Cincinnati Reds left-handed pitcher Tom Browning — the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in franchise history — will be the guest speaker at an event sponsored by the Reds Hall of Fame Museum.
The new Ironton chapter will meet from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Frische Big Boy. Chapter members can order food off the menu and listen to Browning’ stories of his playing days including the only perfect game ever pitched in Reds’ history when he retired all 27 Los Angeles Dodgers on Sept. 16, 1988.
There will also be a question and answer period.
To be part of the chapter meeting, fans must be members of the Reds’ Hall of Fame. There are different levels of Hall of Fame memberships.
An individual membership is $60, a family membership is $90, the MVP is a family and friends membership for $200 and a World Champion membership is $1,000.
Interested persons should contact Sherry Rowland at the Hall of Fame Museum at 513-765-7926.
If members plan to attend the Chapter meeting in Ironton, contact Rowland in advance to RSVP.
Fans can get one autograph at the chapter meeting at no cost. Any additional autographs are $10 each. There is a limit of three.
Memberships not only entitle persons to passes to the Hall of Fame Museum but they receive other items such as Reds’ yearbooks, passes to Redsfest, 10 percent discount on merchandise, various bobbleheads and much more depending on the level of membership.
Browning also was a 20-game winner in his rookie season of 1985 and was second in the voting for Rookie of the Year. He led the team with 15 wins during the 1990 World Championship season.
Browning was considered one of the most consistent pitchers of his era.

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