I didn't hear this, but perhaps others did (as I live in Georgia).
However, a friend of mine gave me a call and he said Brenneman was speaking this afternoon with Tracy Jones after the game and they were talking about the merits of a leadoff hitter and what they should be philosophically.
Surprisingly, to Jones' assertion that he wanted leadoff hitters taking a lot of pitches and working the count, Brenneman asserted at the end of the day, the most important thing was that they avoid outs. Apparently it was the product of a saber-friendly article he had read and it actually changed his viewpoint on the subject.
I find this interesting. I know Brenneman, right or wrong, popular or unpopular, had some views on a certain former Red and has been outspoken but still conservative in his baseball views. This was the first time I'd heard of him really starting to express that newer line of thinking.
Anyone hear it? I'd be interested to hear more about the context of the conversation if so.