When did you base your operations out of Cincinnati?
Pablo, you should do a show on Joan Whitney Payson, first female owner of major sports team, not by inheritance but on her own. And more than that it was way back in 1957-1962 and it was as the founding and majority owner of NY Mets, specifically because she was a fan and had been minority owner of NY Giants, opposed their moving to San Francisco, and demanded a replacement!!
Payson was a sports enthusiast who was a minority shareholder in the New York Giants Major League Baseball club. She and her husband opposed moving the team to San Francisco in 1957. After the majority of the shareholders approved the move, Mrs. Payson sold her stock and began working to get a replacement team for New York City. They teamed up with M. Donald Grant, who had represented the Paysons on the Giants board and had been the only board member to oppose the Giants' move, to win a New York franchise in the Continental League, a proposed third major league. The National League responded by awarding an expansion team to Payson's group, which became the New York Mets. She served as the team's president from 1962 to 1975. Active in the affairs of the baseball club, she was much admired by the team's personnel and players. She was inducted posthumously into the New York Mets Hall of Fame in 1981. She was also the first woman to buy majority control of a team in a major North American sports league, rather than inheriting it. Payson was instrumental in the return of Willie Mays to New York City baseball in May 1972 by way of trade and cash from the Giants.
I called the number and have seen the light