Ben Revere, centerfielder for the Philadelphia Philles, stepped into batter's box while joking with Reds' catcher Ryan Hannigan and umpire Wally Bell. Photo by Ken Weaver
Phiilies manager Charlie Manuel joked with Ben Revere prior to leading off Tuesday's game against Cincinnati. Photo by Ken Weaver
Ben Revere chatted with shortstop Jimmy Rollins in the on-deck circle Tuesday. Photo by Ken Weaver
Ben Revere has struggled hitting leadoff for the Phillies with just a .194 average after Wednesday's came against Cincinnati.
Ben Revere, centerfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies, is a former standout at Lexington Catholic High School. He led the Knights to a state championship in 2006.
Ben Revere placed this tape with a "PRAY for Boston" inscription on his glove after the Boston bombings on Monday, but the rain caused it to lose adhesion Tuesday night. Ben stuck it on the dugout wall. Photo by Ken Weaver
Ben Revere posed for a photo with his mother, Brenda, after the game. His father, John, is a football coach for Eastern Kentucky University and was recruiting during his visit to Cincinnati. Photo by Ken Weaver
Ben Revere, known for his remarkable speed, raced to first base as Reds first baseman, Joey Votto, awaited the throw Tuesday. Photo by Ken Weaver