It’s impossible to think about the Cincinnati Reds without hearing Marty Brennaman’s voice booming in your ears. The longtime sportscaster has lent his voice to radio broadcasts of Reds games since 1974 and he continues broadcasting to this day. Born in Portsmouth, Virginia, Brennaman attended the University of North Carolina and worked at small radio stations in North Carolina and Virginia. By 1970, he was announcing games for the Virginia Squires of the old ABA and the Norfolk Tides, a minor league affiliate of the New York Mets. He hit it big from a pool of more than 200 applicants to land the gig opposite former pitcher Joe Nuxhall as the Reds’ play-by-play announcer. In only his second game, he coined his now legendary catchphrase, “And this one belongs to the Reds!” and went on to announce historic accomplishments by greats like Hank Aaron, Pete Rose and Ken Griffey Jr.
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Marty Brennaman Speaker
When Marty Brennaman speaks, many more than just die-hard Cincinnati Reds fans take notice. Sports fans across the nation know Brennaman’s voice, and bringing the famous sportscaster to your event can draw a huge crowd to see the man behind the mike.
Marty Brennaman Appearance
Most Marty Brennaman appearances have been confined to the announcers’ box at Riverfront Stadium and now Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, and soon Brennaman will be joined at the mike with his son, Thom, who formerly worked for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago Cubs.
Marty Brennaman Endorsement
The biggest Marty Brennaman endorsements have come from his peers. The announcer has been honored with the Ford C. Frick Award from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Ohio Sportscaster of the Year and Virginia Sportscaster of the Year titles and a spot in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame.