In former Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly’s words, his negotiations with the Cubs on a new deal this offseason just sort of fell apart.
Former Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly said that he was planning to return to the Cubs booth last year but it fell through at the last minute, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
Len Kasper has a partner again.
The search for a Cubs TV color analyst seems to be down to five men. And in typical Cub fashion not a one of the names is terribly exciting.
The Cubs search for Bob Brenly’s replacement might end sooner rather than later.
As WGN looks to fill the spot left by Bob Brenly after he bolted to Arizona to join the Diamondbacks’ broadcast team last month, the network will reportedly interview former Cub Dan Plesac.
With former Cubs TV color analyst Bob Brenly off to Arizona, the search for his replacement is in full force.
When it comes to replacing Bob Brenly in the TV booth, the Chicago Cubs don’t just need a color man for 2013.
One day after leaving the Cubs broadcast booth, Bob Brenly was named the TV analyst for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Here’s the picture Matt Spiegel was talking about.
If you’re looking for a reason to watch the 26-49 Cubs, look no further than Anthony Rizzo.
Former Diamondbacks manager and current Cubs TV color analyst Bob Brenly said if the Cubs came to him about managing, he would be interested.
Shouldn’t the White Sox be asking, “What about Bob?” You know, as in Brenly.
TBS announced Tuesday that Cubs television color commentator Bob Brenly will team up with Dick Stockton for the Major League Baseball post-season.
In order to find a White Sox manager with an ego, image and reputation as large as the one that Sox skipper Ozzie Guillen currently carries in the Windy City – and, I’d say, nationwide – you have to hearken back a full quarter-century to the Comiskey Park reign of Tony LaRussa.
Just three days after Comcast Sports Net studio analyst Todd Hollandsworth blasted Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez on The McNeil and Spiegel Show on 670 The Score, Cubs television analyst Bob Brenly took his turn firing shots on the show by going after Carlos Zambrano.
The Cubs have the second worst record in baseball, and haven’t really been in the NL Central race since back in May. The assumption is that sooner rather than later the team would begin calling up some of it’s prospects.
Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper has signed a five-year extension to remain with the team through 2016.
After being swept by their rivals, things went from bad to worse for the Chicago Cubs when starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano called the team’s performance this season “embarrassing.”
Chicago Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro had an amazing start to his 2011 season. Through the first month of the season he had a .348 batting average with 18 runs scored, 12 runs batted in and two triples.