Marty Brennaman says he buried the hatchet with Adam Dunn

A reunion of former Cincinnati Reds greats for the Reds Hall of Fame induction of Marty Brennaman apparently turned into an opportunity to squash a long-standing beef between the long-time play-by-play broadcaster and former power-hitting outfielder Adam Dunn.

JANUARY 25, 2002: Adam Dunn holds Ethan Daniels, 15 months, of Lima, Ohio while they pose for a photo for Ethan's parents, although the boy was a little cranky. Marty Brennaman smiles next to them at a stop in Lima, Ohio, as a small group of the Cincinnati Reds headed out on a tour bus for a three state trip.

"I got a chance to see a lot of people (in advance of the induction ceremony). I think I buried the hatchet with Adam Dunn," Brennaman told Bally Sports Ohio's Jim Day. "I went up to him - I did. You know, I'm 79 years old now. I can't have people mad at me before they put me in the ground." 

Brennaman added that he's most thrilled that Greg Vaughn and Arthur Rhodes are on hand for Friday's ceremony.

"Tonight, I'm gonna be talking to MY people," Brennaman told Day. "It's a special thing for me."

From @BallySportsCIN via Twitter:

Source link

Show More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button