Bob Brenly, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Diamondbacks

Bob Brenly, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Diamondbacks

Bob Brenly
Bob Brenly

Bob Brenly is a popular American Manager, sportscaster, Coach, and retired baseball player currently working for Diamondbacks broadcasts at WGN as a color commentator. He played for Toronto Blue Jays and San Francisco Giants during his professional baseball career. He is a 1984 All-Star and also a 2001 World Series champion. In the San Francisco Giants Wall of Fame, Bob is as well is included.

Bob Brenly Age

Bob Brenly was born in Coshocton, Ohio in the United States on February 25, 1954, he is 68 years of age.

Bob Brenly Height

Brenly stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in tall (Approx 1.8 m).

Bob Brenly Family

Bob was born and raised in Coshocton, Ohio in the United States by his supportive and caring parents. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any information about his parents and siblings hence their existence and occupations are not known.

Bob Brenly Wife

He is cheerfully married to his gorgeous wife named Joan Brenly. Bob and his wife Joan exchanged their vows on August 10, 1974. The lovely couple is blessed with two amazing sons named Brenly who accepted the assignment in the Boston organization as the assistant bullpen catcher and Michael who in 2008 and 2004 was first drafted and from 2008 to 2015 played for Cubs and Boston Red Sox minor leagues.

Bob Brenly Education

Bob joined Ohio University based in Athens where in the Bobcats baseball team he was a member where in 1997 he graduated and made a school record of earning All-America honors and 10 home runs in a single college season. In the 1987 Kermit Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame, Bob was inducted.

Bob Brenly Salary

He receives an annual average salary of $81,899 and this is according to Diamondbacks broadcast color commentators’ salary.

Bob Brenly Net Worth

Bob has an estimated net worth of $3 Million Us dollars and his career as a color commentator at Diamondbacks broadcast is the primary source of his income.

Bob Brenly Career

In 1976 as a free agent Bob went to San Francisco Giants and in 1981 was his first major league debut. He filled in as the Giants starting catcher for Milt May in 1983 posting 34 runs a .224 batting average and 7 home runs batted in. He played his best game during the 1984 game season where for the National League as a reserve player he gained a spot in the 1984 All-Star game.

Bob served as a coach for San Francisco Giants under manager Roger Craig and afterward Dusty Baker who filled in Craig as manager. After that, he went to Arizona Diamondbacks where he served as the team’s manager where he replaced Buck Showalter. Bob guided his team to the 2001 World Series and after leading the team to repetition as Western Division champions in 2002, in mid-2004 he was released.

Bob is currently working for Diamondbacks broadcasts at WGN as a color commentator. Before that, he served for the Yankees–Indians series as a game analyst. He as well worked at TBS cable television network as a game analyst in the NLCS for the Rockies–Diamondbacks series.

Before that, he worked for televised Chicago Cubs games since 2004 as a color analyst along with a play-by-play announcer Len Kasper. His sportscasting career began in 1996 when he served for Fox as a baseball analyst.

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