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Reds Broadcasting Legend Marty Brennaman to Retire After 2019 Season

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  • Reds Broadcasting Legend Marty Brennaman to Retire After 2019 Season

    Marty pretty much did the play by play on my childhood. Can remember sitting beside one of the neighborhood pools or at the family's house in Lake Cumberland listening to him. I still listen to Reds radio quite a bit in the summer.

    Marty can be a little prickly about certain things, and as he's gotten older he definitely has a bit of a mean streak he didn't used to have, but the guy is still a legend.

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    Originally posted by Will Lavender View Post
    Marty pretty much did the play by play on my childhood. Can remember sitting beside one of the neighborhood pools or at the family's house in Lake Cumberland listening to him. I still listen to Reds radio quite a bit in the summer.

    Marty can be a little prickly about certain things, and as he's gotten older he definitely has a bit of a mean streak he didn't used to have, but the guy is still a legend.
    I don't listen to radio broadcasts as much as I did years ago, but I enjoyed listening to Marty and Joe. The few times I've listened to him and got to catch him being surly, I most always agreed with him. I sorta like a guy who's not necessarily an apologist.
    I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're gonna feel all day. Frank Sinatra

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