Say it ain't so . . . .

The scheduling changes by MLB that will run from 2018 through 2021 will move the start of the season up by one week.

"Therefore, the Reds Opening Day, which has historically fallen on a Monday, is now moved to the Thursday of the preceding week," the market said in a statement. "In 2018, this causes a conflict for Findlay Market because the opening week of the baseball season coincides with the Easter holidays. And, in order to operate the parade, Findlay Market needs to be closed."

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