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You can now see a Lego version of Great American Ballpark at the Slugger Museum

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There's also a re-creation of Great American Ballpark that uses 5,000 Lego bricks. There's also a re-creation of Great American Ballpark that uses 5,000 Lego bricks.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory is kicking off a new exhibit. The Cincinatti Reds Legends shows off art based on a new book. Three different artists worked on this display.

Dozens of pieces range from small pen and pencil or water color artwork to big portraits of famous players including Johnny Bench.

"We do end up with a lot of Reds fans here and they were very excited and we've had a lot of people today being the first day we still had a lot of people coming in and wanting to know where the exhibit was, wanting to know specifically the Lego stadium was and that so we were really excited to be able to open this up and have all of our Reds fans and Louisville slugger fans come in and see it," Slugger Museum curator Chris Meiman said. 

There's also a re-creation of Great American Ballpark that uses 5,000 Lego bricks.

The exhibit runs through Nov. 1.

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