Bob Brenly Biography
Bob Brenly is a famous sportscaster, Coach, Manager, and former baseball player currently working for Diamondbacks Broadcasts as a color commentator. Bob Brenly played for San Francisco Giants, Toronto Blue Jays, and San Francisco Giants during his professional baseball career.
He is also a 1984 All-Star and 2001 World Series champion. Bob is also included in the Wall of Fame San Francisco Giants. for Diamondbacks broadcasts.
Bob Brenly Age
Bob Branly was born in Coshocton, Ohio in the United States, on February 25, 1954. He is 68 years old as of 2022.
Bob Brenly Height
He stands at an average height of 5 ft 9 inches/Approx 1.8 m tall.
Bob Brenly Education
He joined the University of Ohio in Athens for his further studies and earned All-America honors. Bob was a member of the baseball team Bobcats during his schooling time. He was later placed Kermit Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame in the year 1987.
Bob Brenly Family
He likes to keep his life private regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Bob Brenly Wife
On August 10, 1974, He got married to his good-looking wife Joan Brenly. The couple is blessed with two handsome sons namely Michael and Brenly. Michael played from 2008 to 2015 for Cubs minor leagues and Boston Red Sox. Brenly served in the Boston organization as the assistant bullpen catcher.
Bob Brenly Children
Joan and Bo are proud parents of two amazing sons namely Micheal Bob and Brenly Bob.
Bob Brenly Salary
Bob Branly receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to Diamondbacks Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Bob Brenly Net worth
He earns an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Bob Brenly Baseball
Bob in 1976 joined San Francisco Giants as a free agent. In 1983, Bob replaced Milt May as the Giants starting catcher posting along with 7 home runs and 34 runs batted in a .224 batting average. Moreover, during the 1984 game season, Bob Branly played his best game in the 1984 All-Star game for the National League earning a spot as a reserve player.
He participated in the third position in the National League Western Division and National League catchers with a .995 fielding percentage as a catcher in 101 games emerging. In addition, during the 1987 game season, the Giants won the title of National League Western Division. However, Bob appeared in National League Championship Series a post-season game in 1987.