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    Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    He's been the voice of the Reds to so many now for 36 years. Sometimes I think we take for granted just how great of a broadcaster we've had the pleasure to listen to for most of our lives. Thanks for all the memories, especially those late night west coast road trips through my junior high and high school years. Happy birthday Marty!
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!

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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Agreed. I love Marty because he's like me. Sometimes flawed with his analysis but a diehard Reds fan.. Also calls the game like no other, IMO.

    There are plenty of other threads were Marty is bashed. Hopefully this one can stay positive.
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    Hopefully the Reds can win one on his birthday.
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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE POOFY HAIRED FANCY BOY! A great broadcaster and one hilarious dude...

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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Happy birthday to the man that, along with the late Joe Nuxhall, IS Reds baseball to much of the country.

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    Happy Birthday Marty!!!
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    Happy birthday, Franchester! Now let's go out there and get a W.
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    Marty seems like a good man. I wonder if he'll ever retire.
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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Happy Birthday, Marty!
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Happy birthday, marty!




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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    Happy birthday, marty!



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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Quote Originally Posted by RANDY IN CHAR NC View Post
    Is that Lee May?
    Either Lee May or Terence Mann.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    Either Lee May or Terence Mann.

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought Lee May looked like James Earl Jones in that picture.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    I still remember when he came to the Reds to replace the "immortal" Al Michaels. Really bummed that we were losing Al for some unknown named who again?

    You've come a long way Marty. Happy Birthday.
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    Re: Happy 68th birthday to Marty Brennaman

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    I still remember when he came to the Reds to replace the "immortal" Al Michaels. Really bummed that we were losing Al for some unknown named who again?

    You've come a long way Marty. Happy Birthday.
    I remember it too. I was just about 10 when he came to the Reds. News traveled slow in those days. Especially in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. I didn't know the Reds had changed announcers. When I turned on the first exhibition game of the season I thought the PBP voice was different and after a while it was acknowledged who the new guy was. Never heard of him of course but he seemed to step righ in from the start and didn't seem to miss Al Michaels one bit. He's a Reds institution now and I hope he keeps broadcasting games as long as he is able. He's one of the few things with a connection to my childhood that is still around.
    Happy Birthday!!
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