Marty and Amanda Brennaman
Legendary Reds radio announcer Marty Brennaman was the “Voice of the Reds” for 46 seasons before retiring following the 2019 season. Overall, Brennaman spent 55 seasons as a broadcaster. Brennaman received the Ford C. Frick Award on July 23, 2000, in ceremonies at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. On August 27, 2021, Brennaman will also be officially inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame, becoming the first broadcaster to receive the honor. Amanda Brennaman has officially retired from full time regular employment, at least for now, but that doesn’t mean she is staying at home. Since she left her last job at Markers Mark, as Director of Field Marketing, she is still accumulating airline miles and hotel nights as she traveled with her husband, Marty, to most of the Cincinnati Reds baseball games when Marty was still the voice of the Reds, a position she held for over eleven years.