Who do you want to replace Marty Brennaman?

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    Thom is not going to give up his NFL gig. He does much better in Football than he does Baseball.
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    Dan Hoard would fine and then move Tony Pike into Bearcats slot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    To each their own...I think Thom is horrible.
    Amen brother. Thom is my least favorite Reds announcer of my lifetime.

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    Bring back Jim Kelch, he did a great job and very professional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYFootballer View Post
    Hopefully one day, '09 Brossart grad Andrew Kappes will get a shot to call games for his hometown Reds. I think he had been the broadcast guy for the Pirates AAA team in Indianapolis for the last few years. He would bring some young energy to the booth that might attract the younger fans to the radio rather than the TV.
    I would love for Kappes to get the gig one day. Terrific person and a GREAT baseball mind.

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    Tony Romo

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    Oh, wouldn't it be nice if Marty's predecessor would replace him.

    The Al Michaels. Loved him back in the day with the Reds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brcatz View Post
    Dan Hoard would fine and then move Tony Pike into Bearcats slot...
    Tony Pike is really good on the radio, I love the show he does at noon on ESPN radio, but I don't think he would be a candidate any time soon to be the play-by-play guy.

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    For what it's worth, I've heard several times that the Reds would be Dan Hoard's dream job. He loves doing baseball, and he's been out of it since his days in Pawtucket at the AAA level.
    Like someone mentioned, there's other options already within the Reds organization with Thrall from Pensacola as well as the Dragons' longtime voice. Both are qualified candidates, although I think Hoard has as good of a shot as any to come on full-time.

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