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Marty Brennaman: How sports world said thanks, goodbye

Posted: 2:43 PM, Sep 26, 2019
Updated: 2019-09-27 10:06:57-04
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Tweets from sports figures as Marty Brennaman ends his 46-year career as radio voice of the Reds:

Joe Morgan and Pete Rose

Bob Huggins, former UC basketball coach

John Calipari, University of Kentucky basketball coach

University of Cincinnati

Thank you. pic.twitter.com/U18nNX1KPY

— Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) September 26, 2019

Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

Dick Vitale, legendary college basketball broadcaster

Sean Casey, former Reds first baseman

Baseball Hall of Fame

Steve Stone, White Sox broadcaster

Joel Luckhaupt, Reds statistician

• 7 post-season series clinchers for the Reds
• 7 no-hitters (4 by Reds including a perfect game)
• Hits #3000 and #4192 and #4256 for Pete Rose
• 500th & 600th HR by Griffey (plus #500 by Sammy Sosa)

— Joel Luckhaupt (@jluckhaupt) September 26, 2019

Jim Leyritz, former Yankee, longtime major leaguer and Turpin High star

Ryan Dempster, former Reds pitcher

Society for American Baseball Research

Blake Pfenning, former Ohio State football player

Milwaukee Brewers

Cincinnati Reds