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Legendary baseball broadcaster, UNC alum Marty Brennaman says goodbye to Reds radio after 46 years


And this one belongs to . His voice crackled at times and there were moments when emotions nearly got the best of him, but for most of his final nine innings behind the microphone on Thursday, Brennaman was his vintage self. Brennaman knew his final broadcast on Thursday would be difficult. He said it would be the most difficult day of his life. (WCPO)

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