Cincinnati Reds: Marty Brennaman to be part of Opening Day tradition

Just-retired, Baseball Hall Of Fame radio announcer Marty Brennaman will be joined by Reds Manager David Bell as special guests at Saturday ceremonies in Hamilton opening a mini-golf course specially designed for children and adults with disabilities. The event at Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields is open to the public.(File photo/Journal-News)

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Just-retired, Baseball Hall Of Fame radio announcer Marty Brennaman will be joined by Reds Manager David Bell as special guests at Saturday ceremonies in Hamilton opening a mini-golf course specially designed for children and adults with disabilities. The event at Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields is open to the public.(File photo/Journal-News)

Marty Brennaman won’t be heard on Cincinnati Reds broadcasts this season, but he will be seen on Opening Day.

The team announced Tuesday morning will be the grand marshal of the 101st Findlay Market Opening Day Parade.

Brennaman, who retired at the end of last season after 46 seasons calling Reds baseball on the radio, is also to be inducted into the team hall of fame this summer.

»RELATED: Highlights of Marty’s final day in the booth

Opening Day is March 26 when the Reds are set to play host to the Cardinals at 4:10 p.m.

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