Jack White watches Reds-Guardians game at GABP ahead of Andrew J. Brady Music Center show

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Jack White watched the Reds-Guardians game Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
Jack White watched the Reds-Guardians game Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.

Musician Jack White, known as an avid baseball fan, was in the crowd at Great American Ball Park for the second game of a two-game series between the Reds and the Guardians, a 7-3 loss for Cincinnati. It was Reds rookie Nick Lodolo's big-league debut.

White, best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the White Stripes, is scheduled to play a show Wednesday night at Andrew J. Brady Music Center.

Here's what Bally Sports Ohio's John Sadak and Jim Day had to say about White as he was shown during the 4th inning of Wednesday's broadcast:

Sadak: "He and Joey Votto ever hang out, Jim?"

Day: "Don't know. Wouldn't put it past Joey."

Sadak: "You never know who you'll see at a Reds baseball game."

White, a Detroit native, performed the national anthem on Opening Day in his hometown last week.

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This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Jack White attends Reds-Guardians game at GABP before Cincinnati show